The nice thing about Maui is that most photographers get along. And I’m fortunate to have a group of fabulous photographer friends here. It’s wonderful to know that there are other mom-photographers who are going through the same things that I am – trying to balance work, home, and kids. This job, after all, is similar to motherhood in that it is 24/7. Our images become somewhat our “babies” and we care for them and take pride in them and hone our skills to release our images out into the world.
Meet Karma – a beautiful, fabulous, talented fellow Maui photographer and her adorable family. I was so thrilled that she asked to go to Old Maui High. The ruins of Old Maui High are located in an old camp called Hamakuapoko – which doesn’t even exist anymore. It lies abandoned in the middle of a sugar cane field. It’s still glorious and beautiful despite it’s age. As a teenager, this was a favorite place for me to hang out. I always felt peaceful here – though it looked very different back then!
It was an absolutely glorious afternoon for a Maui photographers session. I enjoyed every minute of it. It’s so wonderful to capture these moments for a fellow Maui Photographer. All too often we’re the ones behind the lens. It’s so nice to have images with US enjoying our families!!