The Holoholo was created to start a conversation with women + men from Hawaii about their creative pathways and pursuits. With each episode, this podcast connects with artists, filmmakers, musicians, designers and young professionals to look at how their unique upbringing in paradise influences their work. Being from Hawaii ourselves, we know how special it is to call our little islands HOME and how your career and passions in life can sometimes push you to move elsewhere to pursue your dreams. The Holoholo is a way to stay connected with these leaders and taste-makers who are leaving an impact on their local communities away from the Islands and learn how their local perspective influences the global work they do.
Po'o: Filmmaker, Spencer Hyde
Bianca and Virgi chat with filmmaker, Spencer Hyde. Spencer spent his formative years in Maui and California before heading to film school at NYU Tisch School of Arts. We dive in to how his journey in film started, what he learned through out his education, and the importance of building creative industries in Hawaii. Mahalo for tuning in every other Sunday!
Imua: Owner & Stylist at the Foundry Salon, Mahina Ho Boersma
On this episode Bianca and Virgi sit down with owner of The Foundry Salon in Kailua, Mahina. We take a dive into Mahina's childhood where her interest in hair first started, what life was like after her parents death, and her drive to keep moving forward to pursue her passion.
iTunes App: The Foundry Salon
E Mele Mai: Lead Singer of FIDLAR, Zac Carper
Super stoked to interview good friend and North Shore native, Zac Carper. Zac is the lead singer of a band called FIDLAR, Fuck It Dog Life's A Risk. He grew up on Oahu and is the son of famed surfboard shaper, John Carper.
On this episode entitled, "E Mele Mai", Bianca talks to Zac about what it was like growing up in Waialua, overcoming drug addiction, and now being a professional musician.
Keiki Hanau O Ka 'Aina : Photographer, Melanie Tjoeng
On this episode, Bianca is interviewing photographer, Mel Tjoeng. Mel was born in Australia, but spent most of her formative years between Australia and Papua New Guinea. She had visited Hawaii a few times as a child and eventually moved to the islands for college. Listen in as she describes her connection to the land and commitment to follow her inner voice to challenge herself and grow as a photographer.