Trimble Navigation Building

Last month I completed photography of the new Trimble New Zealand building. It is an impressive structure and many of its design features are clearly born of the recent earthquakes. Incorporated into the  design are three damage-avoidance technologies, developed jointly by the University of Canterbury and the Structural Timber Innovation Company. post-tensioned rocking Laminated Veneer Lumber frames (LVL) post-tensioned LVL…Read More

Hongi Mural at Christchurch Airport

There is a new welcome mural at the international arrival area of Christchurch International Airport. I was fortunate to do the portrait and the background photography, as well as the post-production to put it together. At 2.8 metres high by 17 metres long it’s pretty big and the images look really good at this large size. Thanks to Hamish Southcott…Read More

Waitikiri Property Development

I recently completed an assignment for the Waitikiri property development on the outskirts of Christchurch. This is the second portfilio of work I have done for them under the direction of Robert Jamieson from Q Brand Agency. As with many property developments, it is being completed in stages. The challenge was to show the areas still being developed in an appealing way but…Read More

Marlborough Wine Airbridge Murals

The airbridge murals featuring Marlborough wine country have been installed and they look great! Each side is 31 metres long by 2.4 metres high. Putting them together was the most challenging airbridge to date. Each row had to be photographed separately by moving the camera along one row at a time. In addition, each row required six exposures to provide…Read More

Westland Dairy Products Landscape Photo Shoot

Just before winter really set in I completed a landscape photo shoot for Westland Milk Products under the direction of Robert Jamieson from Q Brand Agency. As always, it was a pleasure to work with the team at Q. The photography included locations in Canterbury, and the West Coast – as far south as Fox Glacier and north to Greymouth.…Read More

Waimakariri Images at NZI Headquarters in Temuka

A set of five framed images have recently been installed in the New Zealand Insulators headquarters entrance stairwell in Temuka. The 88 year old manufacturing business is undergoing a resurgence after years of decline due to competition from cheap imports. They proudly display the Made in New Zealand logo on the front page of the NZI website. It is great…Read More