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Photographs are the visual moments that trigger our memories that we get to treasure forever.

Through the art of photography, I’ve learned to be mindful and appreciate all the small things that make up this beautiful world we live in. Getting the chance to capture special moments with true emotion and translate them into art.  I love to capture life and it's different prospectives.  


The best part about being a photographer is that I get to interact and be a part of the fun.  Getting the chance to know my clients, capturing real interactions, and their stories, are what inspires me.  Each shoot is not only a challenge, but a new adventure for me to share with others my passion for photography.



"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."


-Maya Angelou

Polynesian People Magazine  (ARTIST SPOTLIGHT)
By Tracy Keallinohomoku


Angie always had a camera in her hand thanks to the inspiration of her father, Rick, who was a photographer and business man. Upon graduating from high school she entered the University of Nevada Las Vegas where she dual majored in Commercial Photography and Theater Studies. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts with both a minor in Entertainment Management and a certification in Stage Combat, Angie found herself in a spectrum of a few different professions:


"I had much interest in many things that made me quite indecisive on a career path. From starting out as an actress, to a photo technician, to a dancer, to a bartender, to a marketing director; I definitely had my options open from entering college wanting to be theater director and teacher."


However, Angie's outgoing personality quickly gained her notoriety as her unique style was bold and vibrant, and easily recognizable as hers. Her unique style is designed to accommodate and endeavor any perspective.


"I love creating vibrant imagery for a commercial shoot, but I also like spending time with a family, creating a memorable portrait. I really have no preference. Every shoot is a unique challenge, with unique possibilities."

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