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Orange County Headshot Photographer – Leilani Weddings Event Planning – Eric

Leilani and I went to middle school together and now ten years later after splitting up to different high schools we have found ourselves working in the same industry. We worked Monica and Brad’s Hawaiian destination wedding together and now on the mainland as the Hawaiians like to call it, we have collaborated a few…

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Orange County Newborn Photographer | Baby Emry

In the small hours of the night a baby was gently welcomed into her mothers loving arms in their home in Costa Mesa, ca. Emry was born a healthy beautiful girl and joined her sister to be the owners of their parents hearts. A few days later I was invited to photograph a few of…

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Sylvia CSUF Class of 2017 | Orange County Graduation Portraits

Sylvia and I met through the LBSA Latino Business Student Association at Cal State Fullerton. As a board member I had already gotten the opportunity to photograph her professional headshots along with the rest of the LBSA officers. A year later I was back on campus but this time to photograph her graduation portraits. She…

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Misty | Orange County Lifestyle Maternity Portraits

Misty is such a beautiful woman and wears pregnancy well. When we met at the park she was glowing and looked radiant in her pink dress. Her belly was proudly protruding, a clear change from our last session together when we first announced her pregnancy with the session at Tanaka farms. Months later baby Emry…

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Top 10 Most Powerful Oils

Top 10 Essential Oils Everyone Should Have #1 – Frankincense. In addition to its notoriety in the New Testament, the Babylonians and Assyrians would burn Frankincense in religious ceremonies and the ancient Egyptians used Frankincense resin for everything from perfume to salves for soothing skin. This centuries-old knowledge contributes to the modern uses of Frankincense…

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