A Night Out for Oysters

Dec 12, 2011 | Photography |

Last week, I went to the 2nd Annual Oxfords & Oysters Party, which raises awareness and supports the Recovery Partnership (ORP). Oysters provide a plethora of benefits to the water and the sea life around them, such as filtering the water and improving its clarity, and ultimately, attracting other sea life and animals (since we all want clean water). If you enjoy fishing, surfing, or just days at the beach, please support ORP and our fellow shelled friends.

At the party, I was a personal photographer for Stormie and Donavon—capturing their love for night life and city living. They invited some of their friends (including myself and Chungwon) to have fun, drink, and dance. The event itself included food, music, and a silent auction.

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Jiho is the BEST! In everything, from building my website to videotaping and photographing my fitness classes , his work has been consistently outstanding.

He is a seriously talented photographer. He is equally skilled at shooting portraits as he is with action shots and he’s done a great job of capturing the energy in my classes .His photography has been indispensable in helping me market and build my business.

Jiho’s creativity and a sharp eye for detail set him apart from other web designers. He was able to create my website exactly the way I envisioned it – straightforward, efficient and user friendly- without sacrificing style. His work is meticulous, never sloppy. And I really appreciate how he built the website to work flawlessly on any device – computer, phone or tablet. I know that when I’m working with Jiho all of my bases are covered.

Jiho loves what he does – it’s obvious when you look at his work and talk to his clients. He’s talented, knowledgeable and fantastic to work with. I’d recommend him to anyone.

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