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Adventure Session with Caitlin + Mark in Big Island, HI

We took Caitlin and Mark on an epic waterfall adventure session while they were visiting the Big Island. Mark actually grew up in Hawaii on the Big Island; however, he had left to join the military and hadn’t been back in two years. Mark and Caitlin got to surprise Mark’s family when they got to Hawaii. His family was so stoked to be able to see him again. Caitlin was visiting Big Island for the first time, so it was such a blast being able to adventure around with them and show them parts of the Big Island they had never been before.

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Adventure Session with Alissa + Stephen in the Faroe Islands

We met Alissa + Stephen on the ferry ride over to this little island in the Faroe Islands. We were so stoked to be able to capture this adventure session while we were on such incredible islands! Alissa + Stephen told us that they wanted to take a detour before our main hike. They had been told by a local that there was a tunnel that led to a valley of sorts where you could get to an epic viewpoint.

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Engagement Session with Mariell + Stian in Norway

We had so much fun with Mariell + Stian for their engagement session in Norway. We met these two in Bergen and rode with them to the top of the city on Norway’s national holiday, the 17th of May. On the night of their engagement session, they got to leave the kiddos at home and come hang out with us and we wanted to show them an epic time. As an adventure elopement photographer, Ryan and I are literally always scouting for new locations, especially ones in countries like Norway.

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Adventure Elopement Session with Alonda + Alan in Big Island, HI

We met Alonda and Alan around 3pm to start our adventure session. As an elopement photographer, we’re continuously looking for ways for couples to totally immerse themselves in nature and not have to worry about any other people around. Therefore, with these two, we want on an additional adventure that we hiked to so that not many people would be there. That’s what I love about the Big Island! There are so many unique adventures to go on and find spots away from all of the crowds.

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