I'm Eileen, so nice to meet you! I am a Los Angeles based photographer, passionate about people and a huge fan of love. I truly believe photography is God's gift to me; through it I am able to share life with some of the most amazing people. What a privilege and joy it has been!

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I use way too many exclamation marks, but I'm really just that excited!!!! I want to know what moves your heart. I say "that's so funny" quite a bit, but it can mean a number of things. I am a lover of donuts and tea. I floss every night before bed! I love the idea of being spontaneous, but rarely do things unplanned. I am the youngest of four girls, but I'm taller than all my sisters. I would love to open a cafe someday. I am fascinated by the bridegroom God and his ravished heart for all of humanity

photo by Shelley Paulson Photography

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    Archive for the ‘Food Photography’ Category


    When the cronut craze first started in NY, Benny and I searched for something like it here in LA. We drove out to downtown LA when we heard they were making it at a local donut shop, but it was nothing like what we heard a cronut would taste like. Then finally today, we tried the cronuts at Paris Baguette! We were so happy they had some in the store, because the past few times we came we were either too early or too late. These cronuts surely are delicious- crispy and thin, and with the perfect amount of custard. These ones also had a hint of citrus! (They also have a coffee one) You bet I enjoyed photographing these!! Yum Yum, Enjoy!

    Lillian’s Summer Fruit Galette!

    Hello everyone and happy Tuesday! : ) I am SO SO excited to share my first food post (instagram pics don’t count!) with you all today!

    Last week I had the pleasure of meeting Lillian Lin, a super talented young lady who is writing her own cook book. How amazing is that?! She was so sweet, she brought over one of her fruit galettes to share and I was so excited to photograph it I waited until I got some good shots the next morning before I even tried it (I also made a quick stop at the supermarket to pick up the fruits she included into the galette! haha). I love love love how these came out and can’t wait to experiment more with food photography! : )

    Lillian, thank you so much for the delicious fruit galette! It was SO GOOD and I can’t wait until your cook book comes out so we can all try more of your yummy food!