Tokyo Portrait Photographer | O’Brien Family

I love how small this great big world can be! So small that an American photographer can photograph Australian clients in Tokyo, Japan. So fun. Here is how it happened.

Japan is a popular destination for Australians who want to ski and snowboard. After hitting the slopes this family came to Tokyo to explore. They decided it would be fun to have portraits taken in the city.  Kate turned to social media to search for a portrait photographer in Tokyo. She found me on Instagram through a hashtag. #ILOVE THAT  I just opened the RBP Instagram (https://instagram account a few weeks prior to her inquiry and I am so glad I did!  It was a pleasure working with these three. They were down-to-earth, flexible, and fun. They were willing to brave the crowds of the Shibuya Intersection and the cold weather. And their little man was a champion the entire time. Pure joy. I love my job.

And you must know that Kate is a very talented photographer based in Brisbane, Australia. After scroll through the  photos below please go check out her site (http://kateveronicaphotography!

Tokyo Portrait Photography | Baby Stephen

Sweet baby Stephen was the best baby during his newborn session. I don’t think he cried once!

 It was such a joy and honor to be able to photograph this family again. I love it when clients become friends! Lenora is such a kind person and a great mother. It has been great getting to know her during my time here in Japan.  I am very thankful to know these amazing people!

Yokohama Senior Portrait Photographer | Erica

I launched my business in Texas photographing high school seniors. They are absolutely my favorite demographic to photograph. So when Erica contacted me wanting senior portraits my heart literally skipped a beat. Erica is a senior at Saint Maur International School (http://www NULL.stmaur She contacted me wanting natural light/on location photography for her senior portraits and referred to Michelle Moore’s style. Michelle (http://michellemoore is a well known photographer based out of Seattle and I am a huge fan of hers. So I  was beyond honored that this sweet high school senior contacted me for a senior portrait session. Yokohama is a lovely backdrop for any photo shoot. Most of my sessions take place in Tokyo, so it was fun to branch out and shoot in some place new. We started at the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (http://www NULL.yokohamajapan and then walked around searching for great light and trendy spots. Erica was so great to work with and is a stunning young lady. It was such a pleasure working with her. I wish her the best as she finishes out her senior year. Cheers to the class of 2015!

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Tokyo Portrait Photographer | Paige & John

This Tokyo city shoot with John and Paige was a dream. These two wanted to capture their time here in Japan by doing their portrait session in their favorite parts of Tokyo. We started in Harajuku and walked to Shibuya stopping to photograph along the way. They really made this session their own and  I believe that results in images that truly represent them.

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Tokyo Portrait Photographer | Engagement Session

This is my first engagement shoot here in Japan and I am so honored to have had the opportunity to work with these two. I love that Mary and Kyle decided to wear traditional Japanese yukatas for their engagement session. Adds just the perfect personal touch to their shoot.  These two were great to work with and I had lots of fun during this session. Hope you enjoy these photos.

Tokyo Portrait Photography | The Zamoras & The Molinas

These two families are more than best friends. They’ve become family. Both were stationed in Germany and Japan together. Sadly they are parting ways very soon.  This is the beauty and the heartache of military life, meeting amazing people that shape who you are and having to say goodbye. I am honored to have known both these amazing ladies and their families. I am not saying goodbye. Instead I will say “until next time.”

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