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Created for this: Dan O’Day

With the Infocus photography conference kicking off later this week in Rotorua, we finish up our series of pre-show interviews with a chat to Dan […]

Middle Kingdom DIY: John Lake

Wellington photographer John Lake has been shooting his own self-directed documentary art projects for 15 years, using both photography and video to explore particular social […]

Novel prophecy: Gavin Hipkins

This year’s New Zealand International Film Festival is bolstered, as always, by a strong array of locally produced films, and for audiences with an interest […]

Virtues of diversity: Sara Orme

Continuing our series of interviews with the prestigious photographers who will be speaking at this year’s Infocus photography conference, D-Photo catches up with the uniquely […]

The buzz of it all: Rachel Callander

Next month one of the biggest events on the local photography calendar kicks off; from August 3 the three-day Infocus photography convention begins in Rotorua. […]

Image Nation 2014: Day Two

Kelly Lynch continues her report on this year’s Image Nation conference, with day two’s speaker line-up The second day of the 2014 Image Nation conference […]

Image Nation 2014: Day One

Kelly Lynch reports on the first half of the annual two-day professional photography conference, Image Nation Day one of this year’s Image Nation conference saw […]

The only constant: Lea Schlatter

There seems to be little disagreement that the photographic landscape is in a period of fluctuation; less unanimous are the decisions around what the changes […]

Writers by night: Brendan Kitto  

In his new exhibition at the Auckland Festival of Photography, Brendan Kitto combines his passion for photography and graffiti art. Night Visions gives viewers a […]

An expanding source: Mareea Vegas

Last year a collection of local contemporary photographers put together a unique group exhibition by the name of Source (which you can read about here). […]

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