Day Four: M U S I C #newhopetown #photoaday Nothing, period, is more enjoyable than worshiping my Jesus with the talents and gifts He’s given me.
Day Three: Something That Smells Good #newhopetown #photoaday - Freshly brewed pour-over and God’s breath.
Day Two: R E D #newhopetown #photoaday My baristas know what’s up ;) (at Starbucks)
Her passion to create is one of the many things about her that I adore. @karen_d_
Day One: LIGHT #newhopetown Instagraming the Instagramer, @tenney808, Instagraming @newhopetown’s #photoaday contest. (at New Hope Town)
For the past 5 years, this photo has been my holiday FB profile image and it’s the only decoration I ever put up. I hope it brings a smile to your face as we move onward towards Christmas! :)
I’m thankful for getting to ride in Paradise on Thanksgiving. (at Kaena Point)
I recently had the lead role in a short film; written and directed by @theellebell. We’re both really stoked about this scene, where I make Pour-Over coffee. She did a great job and I’m proud to have been a part of this project.
Over the last week, I’ve had the privilege of designing the creative materials for our church’s current 5-week sermon series. Bulletin Cover and PowerPoint title and content slides. #graphicdesign #typography #sermonseries #NHT #newhopetown (at New Hope Town)
Latte art by @karen_d_ (at Surfers Coffee Bar)
It is finished… A bittersweet end to the barista life…for now :) (at Starbucks)
This piece started out in a nice direction, but ended up in the year 2005. #putabirdonit #wrongturn
Conversing with a dead man.
My roommate @autonomoustina is a professional scuba diver. These are a few of her recent finds from the ocean floor: Sunrise Shells. “Hawaiian legend suggests that Sunrise Shells were the exclusive property of the Hawaiian royal families and that ‘commoners’ were not allowed to keep or wear them, but were instead ordered to search for the shells for the Chiefs and thier families. These beautiful shells were thought to be sacred and to bestow special blessings to the wearer, of which only the Hawaiian Kings and Queens, Princes and Princesses were worthy.” -http://www.monicabytheshore.com/sushinhahile.html
I, too often, get caught up in the busyness of life and forget that I live in the most beautiful place. I remember now. (at Lanikai Beach)