Allow me to introduce myself…
My first camera was a birthday gift at the age of nine and I have been making images in one form or another ever since. Over time we change as people and my approach to photography has done the same in recent years. My work is focused less on the beautiful scenery that surrounds me than on the images that people don’t often think of when they think of Hawaii as presented in the tourists brochures.
The ordinary is extraordinary in so many ways and I strive to realize that each time I venture out with my camera.
I was honored to have my image “Imperial Plaza”, shown below, exhibited as part of the The Eighth Annual Survey Exhibition of Contemporary Photography in Hawai‘i in early 2016. The exhibition was juried by James “Jay” Jensen, curator of contemporary art at the Honolulu Museum of Art, and was sponsored by Pacific New Media.
Now that we’ve been introduced please take a moment to click around and view some of my work.
Thank you or, as we say in Hawaii, mahalo for stopping by!