Monthly Archives: September 2010

New Wellington photography studio shortlisted for architecture award

Our clever architect Sam Kebbell told us recently that my new photography studio has been shortlisted for a New Zealand Institute of Architects Wellington award, which is very exciting! A team of judges has come around to inspect it and have a chat, but we won’t find out the results until about November. In the […]

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Charlotte and William

We took these photos of Charlotte in the hallway of her family’s house. I love them because they totally reflect her personality – you couldn’t ask for a happier baby! She is adorable, with her wafty hair, huge blue eyes and her big smiles. Her brother William is a real character, as you can probably […]

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A pat on the back

I’m stoked to have received two awards at the weekend’s Epson/NZIPP Iris Professional Photography Awards. I entered three prints, and these two images got bronze (the first in the Portrait category, the second in Weddings). The NZIPP’s Infocus conference was fantastic – lots of inspirational speakers and it was great to have the chance to […]

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Brooklyn Thunder

I’ve never tried my hand at sports photography and am not sure I should be pinning my hopes on a career in it, but I did have fun photographing my son’s soccer game. The team (aka Brooklyn Thunder) came to my studio for some individual shots and we also roped in a few family members. […]

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Queenstown tomorrow!

I’ve been counting down the sleeps – I’m off to Queenstown first thing tomorrow (barring any more huge aftershocks closing Christchurch airport, that is…) for the annual New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography (NZIPP) “Infocus” conference. The keynote speaker is Michael Grecco, one of the world’s best portrait photographers (with Time, Forbes, Rolling Stone and […]

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