BooksNew ZealandPhotographyTips & How Tos
October 6, 2016

Photographing Aoraki Mount Cook

Last month my latest book Photographing Aoraki Mount Cook launched in New Zealand and is now available from retailers nationwide and the NZ Alpine Club. The first book of its kind for a New Zealand region, Photographing Aoraki Mount Cook combines the…
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InterviewNew ZealandPhotography
August 15, 2016

Interview on 1X site

Aoraki Mount Cook, Grand Plateau and Plateau Hut during a subtle combination of pre-dawn light, starlight and moonlight. March 2016. A few months back I was interviewed about my mountain and landscape photography by 1X contributor Yan Zhang. It was an honour to…
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Te Araroa Trail
BooksNew ZealandPhotographyTe Araroa TrailTramping
October 2, 2015

Te Araroa Trail Photography Book

Te Araroa Trail Photography Book FAQ Te Araroa: Walking New Zealand's 3,000 Kilometre Trail, my photography book from a January – July 2015 through-tramp of the Te Araroa Trail is coming soon: release date is November 1st. You can read more about…
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New ZealandPhotographyWorkshops
October 1, 2015

Upcoming Workshops & Tours

I've launched a new page to outline a couple of workshops and tours coming up in the next few months: December 2015 Aoraki Mount Cook Mountain Photography Workshop in conjunction with the New Zealand Alpine Club, based out of Unwin…
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China - SE Asia 2011LaosPhotographyTravel
September 25, 2015

Laos Secret War and the Bomb Boats

Bomb boats. Bolikhamsay Province, Laos. They're fishing canoes made from long range fuel canisters discarded by US bombers during their Secret War bombing campaign in Laos. I photographed these near Nam Theun Village while on a 13,000km cycle tour through…
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Daily PhotoPhotography
July 26, 2015

Mount Ruapehu

Late afternoon overlooking Mount Ruapehu and the Lower Tama Lake. Tongariro National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Area. New Zealand. Tongariro was the first National Park in New Zealand and the fourth in the world.
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Daily PhotoNew ZealandPhotography
July 26, 2015

Windblown Ice

Broken ice, piled by the wind and waves. I spent the evening camped on the edge of this lake in sub zero conditions with the lake calm and frozen, The wind turned NW (warm & gusty) during the night and…
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