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IT'S OFFICIAL! IT'S AVAILABLE!    ORDER YOURS TODAY AT WWW.RUGBYHAWAII.COM   to order calendar, go to I am so grateful to my friends and family who offered their support and help during this project... mahalo nui loa...xo...kelli with an eye

the men of Hawaii Rugby....

I had always wondered what it would be like to shoot a calendar, and to photograph male I can check both these things off of my career bucket list....I enlisted my friends to assist me with posing, lighting and general ball handling...       The calendar will be available very soon....stay tuned! xoxo Kelli with an eye

weddings, rainbows, parades and food....

Lucky I live Hawaii....can't say it enough...June has kept me busy and I'm so grateful for the many wonderful events I was a part of.... First, a chance to capture some magic moments at a wedding, including a rainbow that hung around long enough for me to get some really fun shots... My first King Kamehameha Day Parade: the flowers, the horses, the ladies and GENTS oh my!! And then a fun Sunday, hanging out with friends at Morimoto's in Waikiki for a Sunday Brunch Social....the food might look small, but it packs a truly delicious punch, especially when accompanied by mimosas,  bloody marys and house music!

Obama Ohana

I had the amazing opportunity and privilege to meet Maya Soetoro-Ng, the sister of President Obama. She has recently published a children's book called "Ladder to the Moon", and I met with her for a photography session for the Honolulu Weekly Newspaper.  She welcomed me into the warmth of her home, and I immediately felt at ease with her, her children, and the family's friends. Please be sure to pick up her book, it's a sweet story! Aloha e a hui hou! Here's what the article looked like in the paper... Please click here for the online article: 


I am very excited to have started working with the local Newspaper, Honolulu Star Advertiser, and their entertainment website, . Here's my first 2 assignments! (yes they actually had a waterslide inside the club...i am very surprised no one was electrocuted or drowned)