You’re all about finding the (safer) thrills in life—the weekend hikes and stamps on your passport prove that—but your wedding day isn’t just about your grand plans for a great time, it’s about the tiniest ones. The plan for portraits in a secluded corner of your venue. The candid snapshots of your closest friends and family. The way you feel that day—when all it takes is a moment of eye contact with your mom or dad to start the waterworks. These are the moments you’re swapping for a weekend of your usual fun, so let’s make them last forever.
You might not be surprised (in the least bit) to read about my love of photos—but the story behind it might make you. You see, my family came to the United States as refugees from Cambodia (feeling a genocide), and as you can imagine, we didn’t get to bring much. We did manage to bring some of our family photos, and those photos are all we have to remember our home and lost loved ones. They are treasures.
That’s what I want to create for you—treasures for your family. I want to capture your joy, your smiles, your hugs and kisses because these are the moments we live for, and will long to remember. It’s not just about the photos, and it’s not just about hiring a wedding photographer—it’s about finding the right person to frame these moments with care. I don’t take that responsibility lightly. But I promise it’ll be fun!
The photos we received from Rithy are a gift that keeps on giving and the emotions she captured in our photos are priceless! It's the tell-tale sign of a great photographer when they can make you relive every moment they capture.