Marie Eriel Hobro is a documentary photographer and filmmaker from Wahiawa, Hawai'i. She attended the Eddie Adams XXIX Workshop as a student in the Fall of 2016 and received her Bachelor of Science in Visual Journalism from Brooks Institute.
Hobro enjoys working on colorful, quirky stories that defy odds and celebrate individuality. In addition to this, she is also passionate about changing the stereotypical narratives associated with Hawai'i and working on stories about POC and the LGBTQ+ community.
Her main goal with her storytelling is to amplify and empower unique, diverse voices in society. She is available for assignment anywhere.
Some of her clients include LA Times, HGTV, A&E Network, Airbnb, Topic, Grindr's INTO Magazine, Nella Media Group, Honolulu Magazine, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Hana Hou! Magazine, The National Senior Games Association, and several others. Hobro also runs Wolf & Woman, a documentary media collective for women, POC, and LGBTQ+ creatives in Hawai'i, with Caesar Caberto.