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We had a fun time with Sullivan Family on Monday.
The happy Sullivan Family
Its all started from these two.
Family is one. But, each individual make their own foot prints.
Shooting up to create nice portrait with heavy bang. You know, it’s in style now…
Memories of fun vacation time in Maui.
A lot of laughter during this session.
They were so happy and could not stop jumping around.
After the session, lounging around enjoying the beautiful sunset.
It was so nice to meet you all, Sullivan Family!
For many families the years fly by and all of a sudden one of the children has graduated high school and will soon be going off to College. This creates an urgent need for a family portrait as parents all too often want one last family portrait before marriage and grand kids enter the family dynamics.
After the disaster inflicted upon Japan, Mieko was inspired to create “Pray for Japan”- Holding hands and moving forward. As a Japanese-American, the disaster really hit home for Mieko. She was touched by how quickly the world responded to the disaster through prayer and relief.
Mieko is holding a silent auction for the piece (pictured below) on May 6th at 8 p.m. at the Iao Theater during the theatrical production of “My Mama Monologues,” where Mieko plans to speak about her Japanese mother. 20 percent of the proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to Japan Mother’s Association, a non profit organization similar to the Red Cross, that supports the needs of parents, caregivers, babies, children, and students who survived the earthquake in Japan. Mieko will sell smaller 8x12s printed on metallic paper for $20 outside the theater. Please contact Mieko at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Earlier this month the Strok family from Southern California contact us to capture their vow renewal and family portraits. Before the session we spoke with Karen about her portrait vision and ceremony plan.