Aloha mai kākou! ʻO Anianikū koʻu inoa. No Waimea mai au. Aia wau ma ke kula nui ʻo Mānoa. ʻO ʻIke Hawaiʻi a me Hana Noʻeau kaʻu mau mēkia. Nui kuʻu aloha no ke kai e kiʻi i ka mea ʻai a nanea wale me koʻu ʻohana a me koʻu mau hoa aloha. Konikoni nō au i ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi, ka moʻomeheu Hawaiʻi, nā mea Hawaiʻi a pau. He kanaka noʻonoʻo hana au me ka moʻolelo a kaʻu pahu hopu e haku a mālama i nā moʻolelo Hawaiʻi me nā kiʻi a me nā līpine. ʻOi aku ka nui o nā moʻolelo e mālama pono mai nā kūpuna, nā mākua, nā keiki o kēia ʻāina. Nui ka ʻike, nui ka waiwai i loko iho o kēia mau moʻolelo, pono kākou e mālama i kēia mau moʻolelo. No laila, inā loaʻa iāʻoe i kekahi moʻolelo waiwai, e hana pū kākou a e mālama kākou i kau moʻolelo.
Aloha my name is Anianikū and I am from the small town of Waimea, Hawaii. Currently, I am a student at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa studying Hawaiian Studies and Art. I love being surrounded in the ocean to gather food or just relax down the beach with my family and friends. I am very passionate about the Hawaiian language, culture and pretty much everything Hawaiian. As a creative storyteller, my goal to help create and preserve the stories of Hawaiʻi through my photos and film. There are so many stories that come from our ancestors, parents and even children of this land that should be preserved. There is so much knowledge and wealth in these stories that is worth preserving. So, if you have an important story to tell, I would love to work together with you to help tell your story.
If you have any questions feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org