Moji means “To Remember.” Our mission is to create visually stunning photographic and cinematic products for you that will help you to remember the people you love.
Moji Studios is owned and operated by Paul Jew. Paul is the brother of Albuquerque photographer, Kim Jew. Together, they grew Kim Jew Photography into one of the largest independently owned photography studios in the country. Paul was instrumental in diversifying the business into serving high school seniors, schools, athletic teams, churches and families.
This growth necessitated creating a spinoff that could focus all of its attention to serve these markets. Thus, Moji was born in 2013.
Through our innovative portrait programs, Moji raises thousands of dollars each year for schools, athletic teams, churches and non-profit organizations.
In addition, Moji has a state of the art studio that creates aesthetically pleasing portraits for high school seniors, children, families and business professionals that are fun, flattering and affordable.
Our newest product and service is called Moji Cinema. By utilizing cinematic storytelling techniques, we create compelling narratives about artisans, families, businesses and organizations that inform and inspire.
Moji – To Remember