Marcia Campbell has been a photographer since 1986, working as a photojournalistic for a newspaper in Brazil. Since 1993 Marcia has been serving the Hawaiian community as well as people from all over the world. Awarded in 1999, when she was recognized by her Hawaii photography peers as the Professional Photographer of the Year and honored with the prestigious Kodak Gallery Award.
I love the variety and constantly meeting new people. ignites my creativity, senses, and sensibility
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have photographed various subjects, street events, dance performances, music shows, fashion, portraits for individuals, families, and weddings. I observe how they move, how they relate to another human being, and their affection. When I make it fun, dynamic, it encourages people to participate, laugh, and be present in the moment of the experience.
A fun fact about this photographer
I have multiple interests and experience in many modalities. I study Modern dance for 15 years, Japanese Taiko drumming for a couple of years and I was a cyclist for 20 years. I snowboard in Canada every year for ten years and I bodyboard for thirty years. Indeed I love atheism and physical activities. I love to cook healthy meals and invent and transform my own receipts. I try to play every instrument piano, accordion, flute, guitar but I did not have any talent.