Daughter Mediaworks is a Hawaii corporation based
in Honolulu, established for the express purpose of creating
quality programming that is enlightening, educating and entertaining.
The most visible credits of First Daughter Mediaworks
are the public television cooking series HAWAII COOKS WITH
ROY YAMAGUCHI, NEW AMERICAN CUISINE and THE
KITCHEN SESSIONS WITH CHARLIE TROTTER, which was the 1999 James Beard winner
for "Best National Cooking Show."
Other recent projects include: DOUBLE HAPPINESS, a 13-part
television series for public television featuring recipes
and memories from a mother's life in China and her daughter's
life in America, hosted by the mother and daughter team of
Leeann and Katie Chin; and a partnership with Sprite Entertainment
to produce a healthy eating and wellness series for children
In addition to documentary and series television projects,
commercial production is a major component of First Daughter
Mediaworks. Some of its commercial clients include: Kikkoman
International, Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation, Sara Lee
Bakery, Hawaiian Electric, and King Estate Winery.