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The quest for peace: Stu Robertson

Virginia Woolf once said, “You cannot find peace by avoiding life”. It’s advice New Zealand photographer Stu Robertson has taken to heart; the ambitious artist […]

The cost of loving: Robin Hammond

Robin Hammond, Getty Images Grant Recipient 2014New Zealand photojournalist Robin Hammond has been reaping much global attention for his daring projects shedding light on human […]

Retouching a nerve: Kelvin Gilbert

Photographers familiar with the world of advertising will know what an achievement it is to be featured in the international Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad […]

Iris stars: Catherine Cattanach

This year’s Iris Awards were rather a big deal for Wellington photographer Catherine Cattanach. Not only did she top the competition’s category dedicated to classic portraiture, […]

Holly Spring: Worldwide Whimsy

Adrian Hatwell heads along to a show and tell session by the recently-world-famous Auckland photographer, Holly Spring Local photographer Holly Spring has catapulted into the global […]

The sound and the beauty: Keri Moyle

Cover shot, Smoky Beach (spot the bridge) Photographer Keri Moyle is looking to combine New Zealand’s rugged natural beauty, rich monochrome photography and powerful orchestral music […]

Over Saturn’s Limb: Stephanie O’Connor

Fresh from topping the People category in this year’s Sigma D-Photo Amateur Photographer of the Year competition, Auckland-based photographic artist Stephanie O’Connor this week launches […]

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 […]

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