Based on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand, I have been photographing since I was at high school, originally with
an old Pentax film camera and now with digital. My main genres are Macro, Weather & Astrophotography,
My aim is to have fun capturing images that bring smiles to those that view them, I hope you will like what I have to share.
Macro – Spiders
Flowers & Plants
LITTLE WONDERS PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS
FULL DAY WORKSHOP
Nature seen through a macro lens can be quite magical. Join me for a hands-on day of discovery where you’ll learn the secrets of how I capture the hidden little gems in our everyday life.
Not only for beginners, this practical workshop is suited to anyone wanting to learn how I get my shots. We will cover all the basics of macro photography including settings, subject location, depth of field and lots of tips and tricks along the way.
This workshop has both theory and practical components, and we will spend plenty of time practicing both indoors and out.
Workshops have small class sizes (limited to five people) and course notes are included!
For more information and bookings, please use my contact form.
ONE ON ONE WORKSHOPS
Vouchers are available for One on One Workshops. These are available for 2-3hrs, half day or full day workshops.
All workshops can be tailor made to suit different skill levels, be for indoor or outdoor macro photography or a combination of both.
If you are interested please drop me a message here.
Little Wonders Workshop Gallery
Turritopsis rubra As the water temperatures get warmer in the Southern Hemisphere, more and more sealife starts to appear. These little guys (approx 5mm) have been showing up at out local beach in the last few days. To the naked eye they are just little red blobs...
Archey's frog (Leiopelma archeyi) is New Zealands smallest native frog. The species is categorised as Nationally Vulnerable under the New Zealand Threat Classification System and as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. Because populations are rapidly declining,...
Nice surprise to see that my 'Pretty in Pink' image placed second in this years Sigma Amateur Photographer of the Year 'Macro Category' run by D-Photo magazine. With over 14,000 entries and 250 shortlisted images its such a buzz that this got chosen. Congratulations...