Iwamoto's Photos

Painting with light.

Brandon Iwamoto is a freelance photographer based in Aurora, Colorado, USA

Just a few teaser photos form the wedding I shot over the weekend for my friends Monica and Frank. Enjoy!

A couple of teaser photos from my friends Edie and Jordy’s wedding at Red Rocks. Enjoy!

One of my shots from lacrosse yesterday made it into the Denver Post sports section. Always nice to see them in print!

Shot girls lacrosse for the Boulder Daily Camera yesterday and ran into my colleague and friend Marla, of the Aurora Sentinel (whom I often do work for, when she isn’t available or needs help). It’s been a while since I’ve shot lacrosse, but it’s still one of my favorite sports in a lot of ways.

The team I was covering, in blue, was down by three or four goals the entire game before coming back to tie it in the last few minutes. They then #19 (in the last picture) scored the go-ahead goal with 0:03 left to win the game. Gotta love a come-from-behind victory!

Couple shots from this weekend’s high school baseball games for the Aurora Sentinel… Got a bit of a sunburn out there, but it was interesting getting back into the game after not having really shot much baseball since the CMWS a couple years back.

Just a couple more of my favorites from my photoshoot on Saturday with Lauren downtown. Cheers!

Another shot from my great photoshoot in downtown Denver with Lauren. Enjoy!

Another shot from my great photoshoot in downtown Denver with Lauren. Enjoy!

Had a fairly last minute, but ridiculously fun, photoshoot with the lovely Lauren on Saturday at the 16th street mall in downtown Denver. More photos to follow! I definitely look forward to working with her again!

Had a fairly last minute, but ridiculously fun, photoshoot with the lovely Lauren on Saturday at the 16th street mall in downtown Denver. More photos to follow! I definitely look forward to working with her again!

Mile High Matcha

The story to accompany my Japanese Tea photos is online at Asian Avenue, so go check it out and let me know what you think!

Finally and after long last, my tea story is running on the cover and across four pages of the April issue of the Denver-based Asian Avenue Magazine. It’s been a year long journey that’s take me to Japan and back and I’m excited to finally see it in print. I’ll link directly to the story for anyone interested in reading it as soon as it’s available online. Special thanks to MidorikaiMusings for making the story particularly special!

Enjoy and thanks for looking!