When Tommy isn’t cruising at Ala Moana Bowls on her sea glass colored longboard, you can find her firing up earthy yet simplistic pieces for her ceramics line, tamiko claire stoneware
We asked her: what’s your favorite thing about Hawaii?
Her answer: The daily closeness to the jungle and ocean as well as the simple pace it allows you to live around warm hearted people who share the love of the same things :)
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a bad a** mama? Just ask Dixie, owner of one of the busiest cafes started in Honolulu’s arts district, Kaka’ako, called Arvo. Mom to 11 year old break dancer, Phoenix, and 5 year old super star in the making, Rosie, Dixie still finds time for jewelry creations for her Studio Dixie line
We asked her: favorite activity to do with the kiddos?
Her answer: Surfing together
Model, content-creator, yogi and free-diver. Zoe has combined her passion for adventure and mindfulness into a career.
We asked her, with all that traveling you do, what is the special thing that always brings you back to Hawaii?
Her answer: I lived in 12 different places by the time I turned 13 and that’s when my family moved to Oahu. Although I continue to travel a lot as an adult, I always gravitate back to Hawaii because I get to see my family and friends while still continuing to pursue all of my passions — sailing, free-diving, hiking, yoga, and taking photos.
Content creator and mama to Java (her 70lb puppy) and step son, Gavin, Casey prepares for a baby of her own this Summer (congrats!) A Havaianas lover from a young age, colorful slippers are a staple at Casey’s cottage tucked away in Pupukea on the North Shore
We asked her: what excites you most about motherhood?
Her answer: Getting to see the world through a child’s eyes again. The mundane and ordinary becomes magical. Being able to experience a whole other level of love you’ve never felt before
Born and raised on the beautiful North Shore of Oahu, photographer, Tahnei, bought her first video camera and a water housing when she was 13 years old and the rest of her story is history.
We asked her: what inspires you most about Hawaii?
Her answer: Hawaii’s people, culture and landscape inspire me on a deep level. I hope my work encourages others to cherish and protect the places they call home
Director, cinematographer, and photographer rounds out our all-female team in Hawaii, a lifestyle and fashion industry vet, Roxy specializes in shooting 8mm and 16mm.
We asked her: we know life in Hawaii isn’t always a vacation so how do you completely turn off?
Her answer: Going for a swim, even if it’s just for a few minutes, going for a dip is so refreshing