‘Weather Wednesday’

WEATHER WEDNESDAY: Earthquake & Tsunami PSA


This is an excerpt from a  video project I completed last year for Hawaii State Civil Defense to help keep our visitors safe from natural hazards while they visit our Hawaiian Islands. I wrote, produced, did the voice-over and was the on-camera host for the piece. I pulled the earthquake and tsunami sections from it… Read More


Photo: BG Boyd

  The June full moon is called the “Honey Moon” because it stays close to the horizon which makes it appear to have a warm tint. This is due to the scattering of longer wavelengths of light through dust, pollution and other particles in our atmosphere toward the red end of the spectrum. The most… Read More