We believe creativity is heightened through thinking differently and embracing diversity. We continually expand our creativity, not only in photography and cinema but also in the everyday approach into Original Piece of Art that will be cherished for generations.
I was born and raised in Europe Serbia and decided I wanted adventure so I came to New York in 2003 to study the History of Art. Through my studies I fell in love with the art of photography. During a visit to Hawaii I felt a heartfelt connection and knew I would be back. As in my vision years before, Hawaii became my permanent home after graduation. In 2012, I established a business, NatureS Touch Photography where I capture unique and spontaneous moments of couples renewing their Vows on the beach in Waikiki. Newborn, maternity, family portraits, destination weddings are also part of my expertise. I take extreme pride in what I do and it is my mission to ensure each client is happy and very satisfied with my work.
Member of the Professional Photographers of America
Aloha, my name is Lorena , I am a photographer and videographer, based in Honolulu , Hawai’i and open to travel. My mission is to document your special day in the most authentic, honest and intimate way. As an artist, I will work with you to understand your style, goals and personality to tailor your wedding day imagery to perfection. As a woman and fierce advocate of sisterhood, my approach is a little different. I want to offer each bride to be or woman, an intimate YOUnique expression of yourself through a one on one photo session. Feel free to view my work at www.loralohavisuals.com
Turn your favourite photographs into fine art original painting what will be cherished for Generations.
Kristine Provenza was born on Vancouver Island where she started doing portraits in pastels at the age of fourteen. By nineteen she had been accepted into many juried shows and been honored with awards for “The Captain” a portrait in pastel and “The Resident” an oil portrait. She moved to the Hawaiian Islands in the late eighties and her portraits of Hawaiian people have been selling in galleries throughout the islands for more than twenty-five years.