Kat and Chepo had their beautiful December wedding at the Casa Real in Ruby Hill Winery in Pleasanton, CA.  The day started off with the entourage getting ready at the hotel.  The anticipation building up to their first look was just too exciting.  During the gift exchange, Kat hooked Chepo up with his very own […]

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  • Ari – these are AMAZING!!! I love EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM!!! I really like the procession with both mother and father, the back lighting and their proud expressions.ReplyCancel

  • Ari, like I said man, your photojournalistic approach in this wedding is really good. Every single picture told a story. Definitely dig the entrance shot of the reception. Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Great pictures Ari. It was nice to finally meet you in person bro. It was a great day for Kat and Chepo. By the way, I’m taller than you. LOLReplyCancel

  • Wow! These images are superific! Kat is long time friend of mine and I just scene her photos! Great work!!

    Oh and that music VIDEO! Off the charts! I can’t stop laughing!!!!!! They need to show that on television..foreals..

    Look forward to working wid you some day!ReplyCancel

  • wow bro, you just keep getting better and better at what you do. these are some excellent wedding shots. =]ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful beautiful bride. And an amazing venue. You totally rocked it! Great meeting you tonight! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Meryl

    That slideshow was super cute!! Your pics are amazing as usual too 🙂ReplyCancel

Meet the Tambongcos.  This beautiful family came all the way down from Union City to Stockton to get their family portraits done.  Adobo and chocolate meat  ;-D *Thank you for visiting Ari Simphoukham Wedding photography blog. *Feel Free to visit my portfolio website. *Contact me. 209.981.9820

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To raise some funds for the deprived school kids in Laos, I teamed up with Jai Lao Foundation to put together a Lao Cuisine calendar.  The calendar will showcase some of the tastiest Laotian food. We’re hoping to raise enough money to get some school supplies for the students in Laos or perhaps even be […]

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  • WOW, what a great idea, Ari!…delisssss…ReplyCancel

  • Oh, c'est vraiment la cuisine traditionnelle lao.So delicious!!!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sabaidi. Love the photos. The lao dishes all to ggod. Especially the fresh water seaweed withe seseame seeds. yum. Be well alweays my friend.ReplyCancel

  • J Deez

    May I ask, if you don’t mind, what you use for lighting on these shots? Wow great shots!ReplyCancel

  • Thanks everyone.

    @J Deez- I used natural light.ReplyCancel

  • excellent shots bro! love the colors all-around on this one!ReplyCancel

  • noy

    GREAT photos. Food looks delicious. Keep doing great things for the Lao kids.ReplyCancel

  • Those dishes look soooo good! Great images. And will this calendar be including any recipes? 😉 Even if not, I am totally in. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • *wipes drool*

    you, my friend… are amazing at what you do! keep inspiring…ReplyCancel

  • ari, you exude greatness.ReplyCancel

  • Oay

    Hi Ari,
    I was browsing through LaoAmericans.com’s facebook page and came across your link. It’s great to see there are so many of us branching out into the artistic realm of society and in return help inspire others. You’re very talented with a gifted eye! I look forward to seeing more of your work! Keep up the great work!!!ReplyCancel

  • Oay

    Oh…btw…the Lao stew…looks like it’s Au Lahm…one of the many dishes we carry at our shop 🙂ReplyCancel

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving, spent with your loved ones and filled with tasty food.  It amazes me that even under today’s hard economic times many families are experiencing, people still have the heart to help others who are less fortunate. If you are one of these people, give your self a pat […]

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  • It makes me so proud to see all the talent coming together and make things happen. Ari, thank you for your time and talent to showcase the beauty of Lao's heart through your lens…many blessings…ReplyCancel

  • KC

    Ari
    wow, those are awesome pictures. i was there at the event as well. i’m so glad this foundation has touched you too.ReplyCancel