Tag Archives: Wellington photographer

At the Edge of Art – book launch

Woohoo – we made a book!! We had the launch party last night for At the Edge of Art, a book about my husband Alistair’s engineering company Dunning Thornton Consultants (DTC), in particular about retiring director Adam Thornton. It was written by my good friend Alan Perrott, whom I met at journalism school in 1995, […]

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Author photos for spiritualist Yuan Tze’s new book

So it turns out that a language barrier is no barrier at all when taking portraits. I’ve never photographed someone before where we had absolutely no language in common (apart from babies I guess!). I was curious as to how it would go, but Yuan Tze and I had no problems at all. His lovely […]

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Lily, 8 months

Lily is the adorable baby daughter of Nicki and Richard, whose wedding I photographed in late 2015. She was just amazing in this studio shoot; not a single grizzle. She’s such a little goer – she was pretty new to crawling but had mastered it in no time. At one point I resorted to trying […]

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Labour’s Kris Faafoi, MP for Mana

Continuing with my theme of shooting politicians (!) it was great to meet Labour’s Kris Faafoi the other weekend and spend the morning taking some photos of him chatting with locals down at the markets in Waitangirua, Porirua. Kris has a real warmth with people, which made my job easy. The market is great – […]

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New Zealand Labour Party leaders

Recently I was honoured to be approached to photograph the then leaders of the New Zealand Labour Party, Andrew Little and his deputy Jacinda Ardern. As they say, a week is a long time in politics, and it’s been a heck of a few weeks in The Beehive! Just as my billboard I shot for […]

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