I believe that photography can capture a story in two-dimensional form. In architecture school, I learned that a vignette is a sketch that defines a brief moment in time, an experience in a space of architecture, or a scene in a movie. 

While pursuing a degree in architecture at the University of Hawaii, I discovered my passion in photography when I bought an SLR camera for the first time and set off on a month-long architecture trip throughout Europe in 2008. Luckily, I was mentored by a few local professional photographers and since have had experience in portraits, engagement, maternity, family and wedding photography. 

Besides photography, my other passion lies in design. I am a full-time architectural designer, wife, and mother.