Adonai & Sunshine Photography is a socially responsible photography project designed to help rescue children from being trafficked for sexual exploitation. How? Well, it’s simple … 50% of my fee goes directly to Forever Found.
I am a quirky, free-spirited, adventurous, southern california girl. I love to read under my fig tree. I love it when the sun's rays kiss my cheeks. picnics in tall grass fields tickle my fancy. i always find hidden treasures at a thrift store or flea market…. I love to recreate things that people don’t want. A hike under blue skies with big puffy clouds and the smell of wildflowers is a my cup of tea. Cozy, candlelit dinner parties that end with friends playing music around the fire makes me all kinds of happy. Basically, I am loving the life that i am so incredibly blessed with. I hope to share life with you soon.
Support Alexis here: http://adonaiandsunshine.virb.com/
Tiana has helped photograph all of Forever Found's events by donating her skills as a talented photographer.
Meghan is a lifestyle photographer who has used her gift to help Forever Found with their photography needs, specifically the staff headshots on the Forever Found website.
Meghan resides in Southern California, with her husband of 2 years. It's her dream to be able to travel with Forever Found and other organizations like it to photograph their work in action and help bring to light the trafficking war that is so easily kept a secret.
Matthew Keoki Miller
Matthew Keoki Miller is an aspiring actor and photographer. Born in Santa Barbara, his father's employment in the State Department meant a childhood abroad, namely Somalia, Belgium, France, Italy and Canada. Now living in Los Angeles, he continues to pursue his passion for acting which he developed somewhere along the way performing in school plays. Photography, although at first a hobby, is now one of his favorite outlets of creativity.
Despite having grown up around the world, Matthew knew nothing about the horrors nor the extent of human trafficking until his sister Meagan Martin of Forever Found informed him. He is extremely happy to use his growing love of photography to help those in such extreme need.