Jozuf Hadley’s “Contemporary Tribal” assemblage sculptures reflect the art and themes of the indigenous peoples of Oceania.

He finds materials for his sculpture anywhere from Hawaii’s beaches to household attic collections.

Jozuf Hadley, as Bradajo (Brother Joe),  writes and records poetry and lyric tales in Hawaii’s grass roots folk talk we call Pidgin. He has published six books and nine CD recordings of this work, and he presents by invitation to schools, colleges, and professional groups.