Enjoy the Ride


About Kikaha by Island Air 03 – Fall 2014
With temporal weather year-round in Hawai‘i, it can be difficult to sense when an old season has passed and a new one has begun. During fall months, nights may get a bit chillier, the days slightly shorter, but the sun shines just as warmly, and the tradewinds blow just as cooly as they do all year long.  instead, the dawn of a new season is often guided by the seas, when large swells hit the north shores of the islands and bring with them the world-famous waves that thousands look forward to every year. It is only then, with the arrival of the first swell, that we know the new season has truly arrived. From the people who photograph the ocean’s depths to the crafters who enable anyone to enjoy it, this issue of Kikaha celebrates the sea and those who are inspired by it.

On The Cover
This photo was shot by Bryce Johnson, a commercial advertising photographer who specializes in surf, travel, and portraiture. “The ocean is always at the core of photogrpahy,” says that Kaua‘i-based photographer. “The constantly changing colors and condistions always inspire me.” Johnson has been aroudn the world working with Walking on Water and The Promised Land, a film analyzing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through the eyes of surfers, as well as Surf Haiti, a nonprofit organization focused on water purification and sustaninable living for th eHaitian poeople. His client list includes Gillette, Surfer Magazine, Rip Curl, and Cobian Footwear.

For More information, visit brycejohnson.com