O‘AHU, HAWAI‘I | VISUAL JOURNALIST
Pandemic in the Paradise
At the end of March, Honolulu resembled a dead city. The Hawai‘i we are seeing now iss the opposite of what anyone could picture from an earlier time.
Welcome to the Family
A family welcomes their firstborn during the coronavirus lockdown
Treasure from Old Hawai‘i
People of Palolo Valley Homes
Conflict in the Paradise
Struggle over saving Hawaiian land and tradition
A Family of their Own (On Going)
About Pu'uhonua O Wai'anae, largest homeless village in the island of O'ahu.
A 48 Hours Bangladeshi Wedding
A sense of culture and uniqueness
Homeless for a Reason
Francis Dornfried has been living on the streets with his seven dogs for the past seven years leading the fact that homeless crisis in Hawaii and including most other places in the United States remains challenging to solve.
Documenting Andira Tupola
Off and on the stage with 2018 Hawai‘i gubernatorial election candidate
“We are not American! We will die as Hawaiians, we will never be American!”
Has there been any change in the landscape of Hawaiian independence?