Vancouver Professional Photography


-- ABOUT --

​Transforming ordinary into extraordinary surprise

KUNA PHOTOGRAPHY is a professional photography company specializing in commercial, event, head shot and editorial photography, providing services for personal functions, corporate events, and advertising campaigns. Kuna Photography has been actively involved in many major events throughout Vancouver, British Columbia.


Kuna LU is well known for creating astonishing atmosphere in his work, with vivid colour touch, under complicated and extremely difficult lighting conditions. His works has documented major BC corporation and organization annual events, including the Arts Umbrella, ACSEA, Fashion TV, Holt Renfrew, Miss World Canada, Suki's International, Richmond Centre Mall, Richmond Hospital Foundation, and more


Commercial Photography Session Start From $680 ♠ All professional image processing and fine retouch ♠ Transportation fee will be added accordingly Event Photography Start From $500 ♠ Services for private parties, corporate event, annual dinner or up to large scaled functions ♠ Professional image processing for every picture capture ♠ A Custom printed DVD with all digital negative images


AMORIS WEDDING offers professional maternity photography, baby & children photography, family portrait, and personal stylish portrait. We also provide photography service by delivering professional studio lighting gear to capture your lovely portrait at your convenience places.


The special bonding between human and pet, we treat our part as significant family member. We, human beings are those dearest family pet only hope and only connection to the world. Now, KUNA FURRY FRIEND give people a chance to catch the most memorable moments and forever cutest looks in photographs!


-- BLOG --

Obakki Fashion Show


Obakki Eco Fashion Week

Relaxed silk scoop-neck dress from Obakki Spring Summer 2014 collection available at Holt Renfrew.

Eco Fashion Week wrapped up last week with luxury label Obakki fashion show featuring their classic spring summer 2014 collection which is part of H Project at a Charity Shopping Night hosted by Holt Renfrew Vancouver.

H Project is a shop in a shop within Holt Renfrew of extraordinary products with extraordinary stories, curated by Alexandra Weston, Director of Brand Strategy.

Based in Vancouver, the Obakki fashion line is all about elegance and timeless style.

I particularly admired the relaxed silk scoop-neck dresses in blue, it flowed beautifully and gave an impression of grace and feminine qualities.

The collection consist of body hugging dresses incorporating some sheer for a touch mystery to sharp looking separates that can be mixed and match.

You couldn’t go wrong if you choose to include an Obakki piece into your wardrobe. Obakki was founded in 2005 by Treana Peake, a world traveler and leading humanitarian.

Her design inspiration can come from exotic road trips to the way of cattle fields of South Sudan, creating versatile pieces that connect her customers to a real story.

A registered charity, the Obakki Foundation, Obakki’s philanthropic counterpart, focus on providing clean water and education in Africa.

All administration cost are absorbed by Obakki which allows 100% of all public donations to go directly to its charitable initiatives.

Obakki Eco Fashion Week

Body hugging dress by Obakki at Eco Fashion Week.

Obakki Eco Fashion Week

Obakki luxury label offers classic, elegant and timeless fashions.

Obakki Eco Fashion Week

Obakki fashion show wraps up Eco Fashion Week Season 8 at Holt Renfrew.

Writing: Edward Quan | StyleDrama
Photography: Kuna Lu | Kuna Photography

Vancouver Fashion Week Opening Gala


Vancouver Fashion Week 14′ has started on Tuesday.

For complete fashion showcase of gorgeous design, feel free to review them at Facebook Page, Flickr, or  Pixietset Online Gallery

Have a wonderful day!


Mandy B Collection


The beautiful story began with a talented fashion designer Mandy Bao while she traveled to Vancouver seeking editorial photographer. Continue Reading