Welcome

I am an Upper Hutt based recreational photographer. My primary focus is on Nature & Bird photography but as you will see from my blog posts, I will give almost anything a go.

This site is the home of my photo blog – which I’ve been posting to since April 2010, and the hub of all my photographic activities.  It has gone through a few design changes over the years and with each change I like to think I am showing a bit more of my creativity.

Stop a while, subscribe to the blog, read the posts, browse the collections and let me know what you think!

NEW - Framed Prints

I have partnered with Edges Art + Framing to give you the opportunity to order framed prints direct from this site.  You choose your frame, you are in control.

I will be adding more images to over the next few months, so check back often.  Or alternatively if there is a specific image you would like then contact me and I will add it for you.

Prints Available

If you see an image on this site that you would like as a print, let me know and I will add it to the shop page, allowing you to purchase the print alone or a framed print with your own frame selection, delivered to your door.

 

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Latest Blog Posts:

Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre

Last Friday a fellow photographer and I traveled to Havelock North. On the way there we stopped off at the Pūkaha National Wildlife Centre where we spent a couple of hours wandering around the tracks, enjoying the bush and the birds.  We enjoyed it so much that we stopped off there again today on our […]

Family friends at the park

Every now and then I shift my focus from the birds and do something different.  Portraiture is not something I do often anymore but now and then I get asked to do some.  Today was one of those times.  One family group, and one little cutie from a different family, and sometimes a mix of […]

Yesterday’s visit to Zealandia

I spent the morning at Zealandia with a fellow photog yesterday.  We were surprised at how many people there were there!  Several school groups with guides, and several guided tours for tourists (I am assuming they are NZ tourists enjoying Wellington).  We did a walk to the kaka feeders and back before having lunch and […]