May name is Ken Fields. I have been a semi professional photographer since the early 1970’s when I photographed weddings, portraits and real estate. During that period, I spent an entire year focused intensely on children portraits. For several years I put photography aside attending graduate school earning an M.A. in Counseling Psychology.
Today, I live on Maui and work as a licensed mental health counselor…and a semi-professional photographer focusing on natural setting portraits of individuals, couples and families. I also enjoy taking pictures of landscapes, flowers and sports.
For those looking for a delightful activity on Maui consider a walk through the Waikamoi Preserve. The Waikamoi Preserve takes its name from a stream that runs through this sanctuary for hundreds of native Hawaiian species, many of them endangered or rare. Here in windswept subalpine regions and rain forests
of koa and `ōh`ia trees, native plants, birds, and insects have woven an ecological fabric like no other on the planet.The National Park Service leads hikes through Waikamoi… Continue
Thought I would post this notice from Earth Hour about everybody turning off their lights for one hour in the evening of March 28, 2009. It's a global initiative. Here's the details: http://www.earthhour.org/
I have heard about the permits, however my understanding is that they were for beach weddings, not other photography. Can you clarify this or direct me to a contact who can. I have a scheduled couple portrait session at Kaanapali....guests at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel, who want sunset pictures on the beach. I can't imagine needing a permit for this but would like some clarification. Thanks, Ken.