Aloha!  I'm Bob Moffa, The Guy in the Hawaiian Shirt.  Why is that? I wear nothing but Hawaiian shirts, every day of the year.  I have over 135 of them, although many of them have shrunk a bit over the years.  So when you do see me, I really will be the guy in the Hawaiian shirt.

In 1995 I opened for business as a graphic designer and photographer. After earning a degree in marketing and working in advertising for the previous five years, I started Alliz Dog Productions. In 2008 we moved into our current location and changed the name to M3 Imagery. "M3" is for "Moffa" and the number three is very special to my family for a number of reasons. Imagery is the perfect word for what is created here and it's the imagination that makes it so.

I am the central contact of the company and have my hands in every project that goes out our doors. However, I work with about a dozen other people: designers, photographers, copywriters, illustrators, programmers and networkers, so there is a full team of skilled people working behind the scenes.

The Guy in the Hawaiian ShirtThe great thing about dealing with M3 Imagery is that we can provide almost anything you need for your advertising, all from one location. You don’t need to deal with one person for a web site, another for a brochure, another for photography. You work with just one person, me. It's efficient, easy, and oftentimes fun.

If you would like to come by the studio some time to discuss anything, please let me know. I’m usually there Monday through Friday from 10:00am-6:00pm unless I’m out for a location shoot. I’d be happy to answer any questions for you. 

The Hawaiian Shirt Challenge

I have said in the past that if you ever find me wearing anything besides a Hawaiian shirt I will pay you $50.  I have a son who is in Cub Scouts and I am the den leader and as such, I'm not allowed to wear a Hawaiian shirt.  Therefore, the challenge only applies when I'm not in my scout uniform, when I'm working an event that has a strict dress code (I do have some solid black shirts with the pattern stitched into it), while I'm lounging around my house or not wearing a shirt at all (which you'd probably rather not see anyway.