That was now five years ago, and for most of that time I’ve been a bit of a recluse as I worked out what to do next. During this time I slowly focussed on re-building my photography business in both Christchurch and Auckland, and enrolled to study a photography degree, where I’m now just 3 months away from graduation. I’ve worked part-time commercially the whole time to pay for the studies, and after a good think about where to in 2022, I’ve decided to now focus my energy back to commercial outdoor image making part-time once again. For a lot of my work I shoot outside, but I guess I want to have a portfolio showcasing my full skill set to include not just portraits, but sports and outdoor brands too. I’ve decided to literally bring Outdoor Photography back from the ashes moving into 2022 alongside my more workplace/ business focussed work, and I’m really happy to be focussed once again on the genre of photography that I love most. Being outside.
2022 will be exciting for me as I look back to where I started, but also where I’m going with my work as an outdoor photographer. A lot has changed in my life and work, and I look forward to making images with you, your brand or event with a style that even after all this time stands apart from other image makers. See you out there! Bookings are limited though, so please contact me for details.
This set of images have sat on my hard disk for 5 years, so this is the first time I’ve published the set. They are not perfect and clearly affected by the extreme weather conditions, but it’s good to share the feelings of being on a mountain top in horrific weather as an athlete. I’m not a Facebook user, so I’d really appreciate it if you could share to your page? Please use the sharing buttons on the right side. If you do download images of yourself and friends, please can you credit me, give me a share, add a link back here, or tag me on Instagram. Thank you.