Hawaii is a state in transition, as its tourism and economy have changed dramatically.
As a result, many of the photographers that make up Hawaii’s thriving photography community have chosen to relocate to the Pacific Northwest, where they can work for some of the most exciting photographers in the world.
The photographers in this article are some of Hawaii’s most well-known and sought-after, with backgrounds ranging from professional travel photographers to the country’s most prestigious and respected travel photographers.
Some of these photographers have been traveling for years and have had to adapt their work to new realities, including the challenges of living in a post-Trump America, but others are still passionate about making beautiful images and the Pacific.
Here are 10 photographers who are living the dream and will continue to do so as photographers in Hawai’i, Pacific Palau, and other places in the Pacific Ocean.1.
Josh TorettoJosh Toretti is a photographer who was born and raised in Hawaii.
He started his career in the photography industry in the early 1990s, and has been working in the industry for more than 30 years.
Toretta is currently based in Honolulu, and works as a freelance photographer and storyteller.
He is also a certified social media photographer, and he uses these skills to share his passion for photography and photography as a storytelling medium.
His work has been featured in magazines and on websites such as Mashable, Travel Channel, and The Huffington Post.
Toketto has a bachelor’s degree in communication and international relations from the University of Hawaii, and a master’s degree from the College of William and Mary.2.
Nick WojcickiNick Wojczynski, a photographer and photographer assistant, started his photography career at the age of five.
His passion for storytelling and photography, combined with his love of the Pacific and Hawai’I, has driven him to be a photographer in Hawaii and the world’s most vibrant and diverse community.
Wojcik is currently a photographer assistant and freelance photojournalist based in Hawaii, working primarily in Hawaiian culture and photography.
Wokceski is a graduate of the American College of Culinary Arts and has a Master’s Degree in Culinary Sciences from the American Culinary Academy in Culpeper, Virginia.3.
Joe SargentJoe Sargente, a self-taught photojournalism photographer based in San Francisco, has worked in many aspects of the photography business including commercial and lifestyle photography, news, and travel.
Sargen, a native of Hawaii and a graduate from the California State University, San Bernardino, is currently the director of the Creative Photography Program at the California Academy of Sciences.
Saguen is also the editor of the San Francisco Chronicle’s Photo Blog, where he focuses on the art of photography, and writes for the San Jose Mercury News, The Pacific Standard, and the Los Angeles Times.
He currently lives in San Diego and has worked as a commercial photographer for over a decade.4.
Jeff JankiewiczJeff Jankwitz is an acclaimed photographer based out of Chicago, Illinois.
Jankwi is a seasoned professional and is a certified photographer in the field of news photography.
He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Chicago Institute of Art and his Master of Fine Art from the New York School of Photography.
In addition, he holds a Masters in Creative Photography from the School of Visual Arts at The Ohio State University.5.
Matthew SmithMatthew Smith is an experienced professional photographer and writer based in the United Kingdom.
Smith is a professional freelance photographer who has worked for a variety of publications including The Daily Telegraph, The Telegraph, Newsweek, the Independent, and several of the leading international newspapers.
He has also worked for many international publications including, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Reuters.
Smith has been recognized by The Times and The Telegraph as one of the UK’s top 100 best photographers.6.
Chris GaviglioChris Gavigliio is a longtime Hawaiian photographer who started his professional career in Hawaii in 2000.
He lives in Hawaii now, and is now based in Southern California.
He works as an editorial assistant at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, a freelance writer, and an editor and contributor at The Huffington Pollster.
He was also featured in The New Yorker and The New Republic as a photojournalistic consultant and as a contributor to the Honolulu Sun-Sentinel.
His most recent book is The Art of Photography: Hawaii and Hawaii Stories.7.
Michael FarrandMichael Farrant, a member of the Hawaii International Photography Association, has been a professional photographer in Hawai`i since 2000.
Farrando, a former photographer in Honolulu and an award-winning storytellers’ photographer, has recently relocated to the United States, where his professional work includes travel assignments and photography for major newspapers.
Farran is a licensed Hawaiian photographer and has appeared in