WearableArt

It was a real honour to be asked by Robbie Burton (executive director & publisher at Craig Potton Publishing) along with Meg Matthews (then CEO at World of Wearable Arts) to shoot this amazing project. Ten models, a team of eight stylists and four days shooting. The result is a lavish hardback book which has gained rave reviews.

Craig Potton Publishing - 276 pages hardback


Converted Houses

Shooting the material for this book was an epic three-week road trip around New Zealand. I met some amazing people and was lucky enough to see some equally amazing houses.

Penguin - 208 pages


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The New Zealand Pregnancy Book

A years worth of work went into the 432 pages shooting around New Zealand. I photographed seven births, two caesareans, many amazing families and plenty of babies!

Bridget Williams Books - 432 pages


The Split Apple Thoughtful Food Cookbook

When Penn & Lee from Split Apple Retreat asked me to shoot their food book it was an easy decision. It meant staying at one of the Southern Hemisphere's top luxury lodges shooting amazing food for four days... Bliss.

Monarch Books - 152 pages


Real Fresh Food

Working with Anna & Roger Wilde is always a pleasure. They make mouthwatering food and are inspiring foodies. The perks of any food shoot is the eating that follows and this was no exception!

New Holland Publishers - 144 pages


Feeding Little Tummies

This was my first project with Nicola Galloway, Nelson's resident food blogger. Her recipes are proven to entice even the smallest members of the family, including those with special dietary requirements.

Craig Potton Publishing - 160 pages


Bizarre Bras - World of Wearable Art

Another fun project working with the team at World of Wearable Art. The bizarre bra section of the international World of Wearable Art show playfully explores the undercurrent of the feminine brassiere.

Craig Potton Publishing - 120 pages