Kahoʻolawe
Kahoʻolawe
Images taken in 1994, 2012, 2015 and 2017 on accesses arranged by PKO, Protect Kahoʻolawe ʻOhana and KIRC (Kaho'olawe Island Reserve Commission). Much of the island is off-limits because it has not been cleared for UXO (unexploded ordnance). The ʻ94 images are 6X7, taken on 120 film, and all others are on 4X5 film.
Mākua
Mākua
A valley on Oʻahu used by the US Army since WWII for live-fire training. Images are organized by date - taken on 4X5 film beginning in 2002 on 40-50 cultural accesses organized by Mālama Mākua.
Hawaiʻi Island
Hawaiʻi Island
Two ongoing projects. Images were made on 4X5 film on visits between 2004 and 2010. Please excuse missing ʻokina and kahakō.
Oʻahu Moku (traditional districts)
Oʻahu Moku (traditional districts)
Moku boundaries are based on maps from the 1850s and may differ slightly from modern boundaries. The images were made on 4X5 film beginning in 1988 - an ongoing project.
Jan Schaafsma - works
Jan Schaafsma - works
Paintings and sketches by my grandfather, who emigrated to Hawai‘i with his wife from Holland in 1909.