One of my favorite places to shoot, this petroglyph revealed itself to me only on this occasion. I return often, but have never seen it again.
Streaking clouds leave evidence of the wild winds of Waimea. I had this image in my head for more than a year. One day, the conditions were finally right and this happened.
The sun's afterglow reveals the textures of the golden hills of Puuanahulu. A gloomy, overcast evening created this surprise 30 second rainbow in the distance.
A gate shows it's age on the slopes of Mauna Kea as the grass welcomes passing showers and the warm rays of the life bringing sun of Waiki'i
As the sun sets, the warm, healing waters of Kua Bay invites you back in.
I had the pleasure of being interviewed for a Contemporary Art Talk Story with Tiffany's Art Agency. I hope you enjoy this short video.
Honored to have been included in the Hawaii's Master Artists Series at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai by Tiffany's Art Agency.
This was the very first time I've seen the water this calm, with the added gift of a pencil urchin out of the water. The colors were outstanding that evening.
As Hurricane Madeline passes North Kohala, she fortunately us her beautiful layers of colors instead of her wrath.
The beauty of Kukio always pulls me in.
Chasing the sun at nearly 13,000 ft can be exhausting, but I captured the moment I was looking for. And then it got dark.
This wave almost got me and shook the boulders in front of me. It reminded me of the power of the ocean which has a different fierceness on the east side.
Disappointed by the conditions at first, I was amazed at this shot. It all depends on perspective. Like the ebb and flow of the water.
One of my last shots after a long evening of chasing the sun--and the only one I kept. Portal to Kona provides instant transportation to the special place.