"Photography is the story I fail to put into words."
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The World of Music, Arts, and Dance, also known as WOMAD, is a three-day festival held yearly in the coastal city of New Plymouth. WOMAD attracts people from all over the country and overseas, and this year’s event was even more special because, not only has WOMAD returned after a two-year hiatus due to Covid, it is also WOMAD’s 20th anniversary. I was quite excited when PSNZ announced the WOMAD Workshop late last year. I knew it would be popular, so I really wasn’t surprised when I was told that it was already booked out. I felt bad about missing out but, since To View More >>
The Delightful Mr D The Delightful Mr D I love capturing the images of children (which is why I do a lot of kindergarten photos) but sometimes, it can be quite challenging. Take The Delightful Mr D for example. You see, like any 3-year old, Mr D is full of energy. He was excited about being in a new place and he was eager to explore. I think he got tired of waiting for the adults who were standing and smiling, or walking ever so slowly. He wanted to stretch his legs, and play and was not too keen on having his photos taken. When it was his turn To View More >>
"No, I will not smile!" "No, I will not smile!" Back in the 70's, the band Bread released a song called "Aubrey" and the first verse goes: And Aubrey was her name A not so very ordinary girl or name But who's to blame? Those lines are just perfect for this little girl who, coincidentally, is also named Aubrey. Aubrey goes to the Kindy where I used to work, and she is often always such a box of fluffy ducks. She's always smiling and giggling; she waves hello when she comes in and says goodbye, at least when she remembers, when she leaves. She's just adorable. To View More >>
This is Gorgeous Little Miss E. Last June, I was asked by her mum to cover her 1st birthday party. Mum had someone photograph her first born's birthday and she found having an event photographer around (even if it's just for a child's birthday) helped her A LOT. It's one less task to delegate and worry about thus, she, her family and friends, can focus on what's important - celebrating Little Miss E's special day. Little Miss E's party was scheduled in August -and we all know what happened then, right? Yep, Level 4 LOCKDOWN (thank you, Covid). So we rescheduled for September To View More >>