Got to help out on another one of AMMDI’s shoots this passed weekend which consisted of a skateboard theme. Their clothing inspired by the legendary skate brand, Thrasher. This time there was a whole squad of people there for the shoot, including some local skaters that were at the park who were included in the shoot. Click on the photo above or click here to see the rest of the photos.
This bubbly spirit is Skye aka Kaululani. I don’t even wanna think about or type out her whole name because 1) it’s hella long lol and 2) when she said her full name in person, I got lost in the Hawaiian language like I was back in elementary school just starting to learn about Hawaiian studies lol. Anyway, she reached out to me after noticing my previous shoot with Michaela. I love meeting and working with new people, especially when my work does the advertising for me lol. Right off the bat when we met up at the location, I could tell she was gonna be super chill and fun to work with. Very professional at what she does but also playful that the shoot wasn’t strictly the sound of the camera going off. Get to know more about Skye by checking out the rest of her feature by clicking her photo above or clicking here.
From what Michelle has told me, this was only her “second” shoot she ever did. I find that kind of hard to believe because from the photos and working with her, she did such a good job! I think she lowkey does hella shoots but doesn’t want to admit it lol. But say I was to give her the benefit of the doubt, then this “second” shoot that she had with me and the crew went well beyond our expectations. See how everything went by clicking on her photo above or clicking here.
Linked up with @msjazzminerie one day after she hit me up to shoot mentioning she liked my style of shooting. Before, when I first started photography, I thought shoots at the beach were the best things to do, because I mean we live on an island and it’s not that hard to find a nice beach to take pictures lol. But as I grew more with my photography, I thought beach shoots were so cliche. Typical. Basically what you assume to see when you hear of photographers from Hawaii. I decided I wanted to stray away from the beautiful beaches (don’t get me wrong, shooting at the beach will turn out beautiful pictures) and showcase the streets of Hawaii instead. Going for a more urban look now days. I still shoot at the beach here and there but my niche now is the streets. Check out Jazz’s photo set by clicking here or clicking her photo above. Don’t forget to follow her and myself as well on instagram!