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Event Photography – Sweet Adelines

Dunedin Harmony Chorus Last week the Sweet Adelines came back to town for their annual Region 35 convention and once again I was official Dunedin photographer. The job itself is much like any Conference photography […]

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Hair Fashion

We’re well overdue for an update around here.  So lets get started with the exquisite Maddi, who came in with hairstylist extraordinaire Karl Radel to do some competition pictures for his salon, Klone Hair. If […]

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Photographing Elderly Care: When Magic Happens. Part One.

Photographing things and places is so enjoyable. I love the gear, like the drone I got the shot above from. But taking pictures of people is the most challenging and rewarding part of this business. […]

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Dark Satanic Mills

Kids, don’t try this at home, this is one bit of urban exploration I can’t recommend. The old Bruce Woollen Mills factory building is a dilapidated landmark on the South end of Milton on Otago’s […]

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Tomorrow’s Schools

I always tell people – and it bears repeating – that one of the things I love about photography is that my camera is a passport into worlds other people can’t easily see. It makes […]

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April Fool! – Aurora on George St

At last I can share the results of another art-driven project, now that it’s all delivered. Last year my friends Chris and Adrienne Roy of 315 Euro motel here in Dunedin asked me to create […]

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A Perfect Day for Graduation Photos

Just looking for a great deal on grad photos?  Click here. Here’s one of my most treasured photos. Just an old film snap from May 1985.  Five young Zoology graduates out of a student population of […]

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Benched, Part One

Getting selected for the bench isn’t always a bad thing, especially when you’re a lawyer.  Several weeks ago my friend the delightful Lynne Harrison told me she’d been shoulder-tapped to make the transition from bar to […]

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New Fellow, old fellows.

I got an email from my old mate Andrew Read yesterday.  Andrew had been browsing here and noted there hadn’t been much activity.  He assumed I’ve been busy, which is true – just not as busy as him. […]

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Art meets Rugby

Like his dad Andy Leslie, Otago Rugby legend John Leslie is a product of New Zealand grass roots rugby.  I’ve been working with John to create some video assets for LeslieRugby for some time –  there’s already […]

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