This series, Whangauma Waters, is one such shoreline shot on a blindingly bright summers day in New Zealand displays a kaleidoscope of beautiful colours and a play of chiaroscuro ripples.
On a recent trip to London, I sought to photograph the moments of calm and minimalistic serenity that exists in one of the busiest cities in the world. The graphic edges and shapes that interplay between buildings and the calming shafts of blues-grey skies in them was a calming influence on the chaos at street level.
Piha - first day of freedom again
The first day after the lockdown in New Zealand I visited my local beach Piha. It was wild, dark, tempestuous, as only Piha can be with its black sand wildness. the surfers were out and the surf was up.
New Plymouth Minimalism
I've always shot these little moments of calm when travelling. I'm drawn to a texture or a colour, in what a lot of people would find ordinary.
Looking at the world through new eyes
When you move to a new country or go travelling everyday features of your life become similar yet strangely different. Landscapes, architecture, flora & fauna. Like early explorers, botanists or specimen collectors, you look at things with new yet old eyes. Collating the similarities and comparing the differences. These original limited edition prints are a visual examples of this journey.