Selected “Maui Photographer of
the Year 2000” by the largest association of working
Maui, Terry Rowe has established herself as one of the
premier professional photographers in Hawaii.
Living on the island of Maui
since 1989, Terry is an accomplished pilot and photographer.
Her work has been published in such magazines as Pilot
Journal Magazine, People, Who
Weekly and the Weekly Reader to name a few. Her clients
include George P. Johnson Company, PRC Litton Company
Technological Firm, Kapalua Land Company (Pu`u Kukui
Watershed) and The Gorilla Foundation (Koko).
Being an accomplished pilot
has also been a direct influence on her photography. Her
stunning aerial photography includes Hot Air Balloon
Rallies, Air Racing Events, and WWII Aviation photographs.
You can also see Terry's recent published works in the March
- April, 2003, issue of Pilot Journal magazine.
Terry is also an avid
animal lover, which is why wildlife photography is also a
passion of hers. As Terry says, “Being in nature and
capturing the natural environment, is special and tranquil”.
Her photography also includes spectacular scenic locations
as well as flora. Her flora photography can best be
described as stunning. Her mixture of settings with the
unique colors of Hawaiian flora provides a snapshot into a
world that memorizes many and few ever get the opportunity
to partake in.
On Maui, Terry is also one
of the most sought after wedding photographers. She works
with many wedding coordinators and consultants on the
island, as well as being booked months, and even years in
advance for couples coming to Maui for their wedding. She is
also a member of NANPA (Northern American Nature Photography
Association) & ISAP (International Society for Aviation
Terry’s passion for
photography is real and her drive for excellence is
absolute. This commitment to perfection can be seen in all
of Terry’s work. If a photograph requires getting your hands
dirty, or wading in the ocean while wearing a dress, you can
be assured Terry will meet the challenge. Her motto is
“Catch the Moment”, and she definitely portrays this in her