Hawaiian Ryan Productions

  1. 2011 Corzo Throwdown

    mutineermagazine.com/blog/2011/08/manny-hinojosa-hosts-the-corzo-throwdown-at-trump-waikiki/

    Shot by: Ryan Matsumoto
    Edited by: Ryan Matsumoto/Noelle Yoza

    Photography by: Jonas Maon/Ryan Mastumoto
    Music: The Best of Bobby McFerrin

    # vimeo.com/28341353 Uploaded 453 Views 0 Comments
  2. 102.7 Da Bomb/Sam&Ryan Show Presents:
    The Battle of the Interns: MUD WRESTLING!

    Intern Jennie Lee vs. Intern Trina

    facebook.com/samandryanshow

    Shot by: Noelle Yoza
    Edited by: Ryan Matsumoto/Noelle Yoza
    Referee: Steve Williams
    Executive Producers: Sam Ambrose/Ryan Matsumoto
    Round 1 girl: Ricki Kelly (Wild Bean Girls)
    Bell: Adam Malone
    Photos by: Dayna Kaneshiro

    Makiki Baseball Park
    July 29th, 2011

    # vimeo.com/27102302 Uploaded 59.8K Views 3 Comments
  3. Lulu’s Waikiki went off for the launch party of FLUX Hawaii’s WATER-themed second issue! GRLFRNDS raged on the mic all night long. Hot bodies stomped atop the bar for a sexy swimsuit fashion show by Hurley, RFAVELA and Havaianas, to the tune of a music mash-up by DJ Capecod. There were tons of prizes by Jedidiah, Hurley, RFAVELA and a Primo surfboard giveaway, shaped by Keoki. Patrons snatched up as much scrilla as possible in the whirling money machine! In a nutshell, it was bananas!

    April 8th, 2010.

    fluxhawaii.com

    Shot and Edited by Ryan Matsumoto.

    # vimeo.com/10910704 Uploaded 3,962 Views 4 Comments
  4. Kona, Hawaii is filled with athletes over the Labor Day weekend to take part in the longest canoe race in the world. The Queen Lili’uokalani Canoe race was started in 1972 and now draws over 1500 competitors from around the world eager to show off their paddling skill. The race is named after Queen Lili’uokalani, the last reigning monarch of Hawai’I, and is held annually near her birthday (September 2, 1838).

    The race starts at Kailua Kona pier with the women paddling single hull canoes 18 miles from Kailua Bay to Honaunau. The men then paddle back the 18 miles to Kailua Bay. The Ironman divisions do the race with no changes while others teams substitute along the route. The open water substitutions are made from team members dropped in the water from escort vessels.
    The double hull canoes paddle 6 miles south to Lyman’s beach and back as do the OC1 (one person) and OC2 (two people) racers. Stand-up paddleboard racers go 3 miles south to Casa de Emdeko and back.

    This year a new race has been added, the Ali‘i Challenge. The coed race starts off from Kailua Pier and goes north to the finish at Kona Village Resort, approximately 17 ½ miles away. In each canoe 6 women will start the race and 6 men will replace them half way through the race.
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    # vimeo.com/15044172 Uploaded 490 Views 0 Comments

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    "Hawaiian" Ryan Matsumoto:
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