Tag Archives: photography


Camping at Glendhu Bay

Jetski at the gates of dawn Parkin Bay, Glendhu Bay, Roy’s Peak We’re one of those Kiwi families that camp at the same spot at Glendhu Bay, Lake Wanaka every summer. It’s one of our […]

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Dinner at Larnach Castle

Dunedin’s heritage buildings offer me such fantastic shoot locations. This job came with its own: Larnach Castle. The roll-out of the new dinner menu for guests starts with a tasting session for the staff, so […]

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Once again, I’ve been guilty of just getting on with the work and not sharing enough! My excuse is that I now have more students than ever. Giving feedback on photos is easy, giving something […]

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You’re not at school any more. Try to look like it.

I blame our schoolyard experience for most of the bad photos I’ve seen. School photogs worked fast, lining us up like fence palings and telling us to stand up straight. That whole straight back, stand […]

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Adventure in the snow

From time to time I just have to leave town for a taste of adventure.  This winter’s expedition was to Mt Buster, located at the eastern end of Oteake Conservation park, North Otago NZ.  The […]

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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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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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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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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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Learning to See

Welcome to the new website! I’ve decided to incorporate my blog into my website but for several years of old posts, you can go to the old blogger site here. It’s been such a busy […]

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