Sometimes projects take a while to come together. Iʻve been following this story since I first stumbled into it in 2012. Now, Iʻm presenting a new gallery, a series of my photographs from last summer with Kanani Kaʻulukukui. I first met Kanani during a shoot for a multi-screen (10!) video art installation at the Kepo’okalani Interpretive Center in Kona for the Queen Liliʻuokalani Trust. He was one of our cultural advisors, freely sharing with us his skill and knowledge. Although he works in many different forms, Kanani’s carving is most prized, and is featured in installations at a growing number of residences, cultural sites, and heiau. I look forward to working with Kanani again soon— his work is infused with his spirit.