Join Brother Noland in The Pueo, The Camera & Me, with special guests Pomai Weigert and Boots Lupenui.
Pomai Weigert is an agribusiness consultant for GoFarm Hawaii and an agritourism workshop trainer for the Hawai'i Agritourism Association. She has active involvement in eco, environmental, and educational collaborations locally and globally. Her place-based business concepts & stewardship values are trademarks and training tools effectively used to create economic and community impact. Pomai is also a graduate of The Tracking Project (Corrales, New Mexico) and of Hawaiian Inside Tracking's mentorship program. As Brother Noland's daughter, she has used his teachings throughout her life and career to diversify opportunities and pathways for her culture and homeland.
Boots Lupenui is a native Hawaiian artist living in Kohala on the island of Hawai‘i. He graduated from the Kamehameha Schools, received his Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Whittier College in Los Angeles, and his Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Boots plays several styles of music including Hawaiian, Rock, Pop and Blues. His current musical vehicle is “The Kohala Mountain Boys” which he founded to search out and preserve “heirloom songs” of the Kohala district of Hawai’i Island. As a documentary storyteller, his first documentary, “The Kohala Mountain Music Project,” was just juried into the 2022 Made In Hawai’i Film Festival.