Monthly Archives: January 2011

Budding Cartier-Bresson #1

Ok, this is a bit of a strange post but I did promise the kids…  It’s school holidays at the moment and Alexander and Eva have been enjoying playing with my little Canon s90. They know about my blog, and the other day Alexander asked if I could blog some of his photos. He’s quite […]

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Leigh and Nick’s wedding

Leigh and Nick scored a stunning summer’s day for their wedding this month at Wellington’s Sacred Heart Cathedral. They both got ready at the Copthorne Hotel in Oriental Bay before being collected by two beautiful Rolls Royces from Prestige Classics. Photo above left by my assistant Mark Berger. Photo below left by Mark Berger. Leigh’s […]

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Kay and Jim’s wedding

You can’t get much more local than this: Kay and Jim were married at the Penthouse Cinema in Brooklyn, which is just around the corner from my studio, and held their reception at the Brooklyn Community Centre about five minutes away. I still took the car though as I have far too much gear! :) […]

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The power of vulnerability

Just wanted to share this. Brene Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. She has spent the past ten years studying vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame. Thanks Fleur Wickes for drawing my attention to Brene’s poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston. Click here to watch.

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Mel and Aoife’s civil union

Who says you should only do this once? Mel and Aoife got married in Dublin in September and decided to have a “re-run” for New Zealand friends this month, and I had the privilege of photographing it. Mel’s a kiwi and Aoife is Irish: she lived in New Zealand for seven years and the two […]

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