Video Showreel

Video makes up a good proportion of my work, although I don’t advertise that a lot. So it’s time I updated my showreel with a few of my favourite jobs. Enjoy!

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Graduation Photos

Graduation photography should always be this much fun It’s that time of year for Otago graduation photography and I get to make some more beautiful images of graduates and their families. While I do offer […]

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Fashion Photography – Robini

Every once in a while I get the opportunity to dive deep into a strong photographic style. That was the case with my shoot for Zantedeschia Robini a few months ago. Then a few weeks […]

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Dunedin – As Time Goes By

This week I’ve had a little time up my sleeve and while the weather has been a little crisp, it’s also been dry with dramatic clouds coursing through the sky. It was the perfect opportunity […]

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Group Photography Assignment: Mediaworks

I love portrait photography for its ability to tell a rich story about a person. Location, lighting, dress, pose and expression combine to tell that story and I’m always telling my students that if they’re […]

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Shot of the Week #262

Eldorado. Lammermoor, Otago NZ

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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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Stand back, Designer at work!

Freelance photography can be a lonely occupation, so it’s good to make friends with other creatives and collaborate with them. Alex Rinaldi is the artist and designer who painted my studio wall a couple of […]

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The girl with the guitar

Before I photograph any paying clients in front of my new wall, I needed to see how it played in the light. This was a good opportunity to drag Miss C(15) into the studio for […]

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A little Italian Renaissance

My black and white paper rolls have served me very well over the years for head shots and portraits. The white is clean and professional and versatile too, since I can underexpose or put a […]

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