Lost Not Found Magazine Issue Release


Lost Not Found Magazine Issue Release
December 4 - December 30, 2021
Photographer's Zoom Talk Sunday, 12/5, 5:30pm
Zoom ID 808 597 8733

We are excited to be part of Lost Not Found Magazine Volume 2 Issue 1 release with the showcase of film photos by Brooke Berry, Dane Peterson, John Hook & Sarah Lee.  They will have a pop-up event on Saturday, 12/4 & a Photographer's Zoom Talk on Sunday, 12/5.  

Come down Saturday 12/4, 11am-1pm for their photo installation, giveaway & good vibes...

*POP-UP Event 12/4, 11am-1pm*

This Saturday (12/4) from 11 am-1 pm Lost Not Found Magazine (Keoki Saguibo & Mike Ito) will have a pop-up tent outside of Treehouse Camera at SALT Kaka'ako. They will be there to talk about their recent issue Vol 2, No. 1 (all women's issue) to answer any questions or just talk story. They will also be giving a free 25% gift card (valid 12/4-12/14) from The Seea and a
back issue with every new subscription purchase during this time (limited only to the first 50 subscribers). You will also be able to purchase copies of their current issue as well as back issues while they are there.

Inside of Treehouse will be a photo gallery of Brooke Berry from the North Shore of Oahu who is also featured in their recent magazine issue. Also in this gallery will be a photo each from previous featured photographers. This gallery will be on display during the month of December.

Lost Not Found Magazine is having a giveaway on their Instagram for the first 3 weeks of December to celebrate their 3rd issue. Go check them out and enter, no purchase necessary. Also on display at the pop-up event will be the final giveaway to be run during the week of 12/19. It is a 5'-6" fish twin-fin surfboard from Lost Not Found Surfboards hand-shaped by Craig Kawamura.

Grab a coffee from downstairs and we hope to see you there to talk story!


About Lost Not Found Magazine:

Aloha! We are an independent print magazine, published in Hawaii with a mission to get off the beaten path, go behind the scenes, follow the swells, seek the truth, and bring you the good vibes!

Our focus is on alternative surf craft, its people, and its culture. We travel to different surf festivals, surf towns, and surf pals around the world, seeking new places, new faces, and photographs with great stories that will echo through ink on the paper of our magazine pages.

Readers and supporters like you allow us to follow our passions and your support means we can dig deeper, step beyond boundaries, and bring more meaningful insight to you.


Brooke Berry Artist Statement:

"Photography has always been my greatest fascination".  Ever since I was eleven or twelve years old any camera I could get my hands on would become an extension of my arms.  I began experimenting with film, documenting candid moments of my younger life until entering into a BFA in Graphic Design at Chapman University.

I began working in marketing, graphic design, and eventually photography upon graduation in 2007 and have been based as a freelance creative on O'ahu since 2010.  My work is marked by an authentic point of view; living out my surf/beach lifestyle here on the North Shore with people who are doing the same ... all while capturing images along the way.

Travel has also been an important part of my photographic journey --- working for resorts and brand around the world & offering my lens to bridge the gap from my island to theirs.

Mahalo fo your time, and I hope that we can collaborate one day soon.