I’m heading to Thames for the NZIA Waikato / Bay of Plenty Winter talk. I will be speaking about my practice as a commercial photographer of architecture, people and places as well my self-published books. All welcome!
Evening Dinner + Talk
29 July 2017
Thames Sailing Club
NZIA Members $70.00
Non NZIA Members $75.00
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I am a keynote speaker at the upcoming InFocus 2017 event in Wellington. I will be speaking to the professional photographic community and other creatives about my practice as a photographer and my self published books. A must attend event for lovers of photography.
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Did your holiday involve a spot of magazine reading? If so, you may have seen Architect, Peggy Deamer’s captivating Tent Pavilion on the Kaipara in New Zealand’s North Island, which was featured in and on the cover of Home New Zealand magazine over Christmas.
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Rannoch was awarded joint NZ Photo-book of the Year at a ceremony on Friday 3 March, a really humbling acknowledgment. My very special thanks to Arch MacDonnell and Sarah Gladwell at Inhouse Design for their immense design genius and patience, and to Sir James Wallace for his trust and faith in this project.
Rannoch was jointly awarded top prize with Evangeline Davis' stunning Touchy.
An exhibition, launched on the same night as the prize-giving, features all the New Zealand and Australian Photobook of the Year Award 2016 finalist books and is currently on at Studio 541, 541 Mount Eden...
Artist Jeffrey Harris in triplicate, graces the cover of the Spring 2016 issue (159 to be exact) of Art New Zealand magazine.
The photograph accompanies an article Angels of History and Destiny: David Eggleton talks to Jeffrey Harris.
I shot this portrait of Jeffrey at his Dunedin studio last year for a forthcoming publication series I'm working on with designer Luke Scott called Ripe Fruit.
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Until recently, I've been reluctant to add moving images to my repertoire as a photographer. I've seen a lot of very good moving image work within the Architecture community, but most of it feels a lot like TV to me; fast moving, dramatic sweeping pans or tilts.
My attempt as a photographer is to create pictures and picture stories that in some way convey to the viewer what it feels like to be there, at the house, by the fire, on the land. I want my moving images to reflect this intention as well. That the still images can sit along side and compliment the moving images, creating a dialogue...
Ever had a hankering to create a showcase for your photography?
Now you can learn how with my hands on Photobook Workshop that combines practical photography experience with the art of layout composition.
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Congratulations to Home of the Year 2016 finalists Andrea Bell and Andrew Kissell!
They have designed a home for themselves and their two young children, creating a family haven in a tough industrial environment.
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