Birthday Parties and Events
Birthday parties and special events are a great time to capture beautiful moments in a combination of casual, candid and posed photographs.
Booking fee including travel and one hour photography service: $480 – Auckland wide.
Digital copies all your best photos in album resolution with license to make unlimited 6×9″ prints: $1,500.
An audio visual clip with your favourite music: $1,000
All photos are cropped, colour corrected and white balanced.
Individual prints order:
Had an amazing time at the Image Nation Photography Conference on the weekend. The event provided an invaluable opportunity to hear talented and inspiring presenters from Australasia as well as industry experts. Very insightful talks from award winning photographer Dean Zillwood , outstanding time-lapse by Joseph Michael, under water photography by Richard Robinson, beautiful portraits by Emma Bass and extreme sport photography by Mark Watson!
On Anzac Day, 25 April 2014, I will be visiting Blenhaim to take part in a major national project by the The New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography [NZIPP] to create portraits of New Zealand’s World War Two veterans. The photographic portraits will be gifted by the NZIPP to the Royal New Zealand RSA as part of 2015 centenary ceremonies. The portraits will also be publicly displayed at locations around New Zealand as part of a commemorative touring exhibition.
Photographing our WWII veterans is vitally important. Not only will the resulting body of work make an immense contribution to New Zealand’s national archives during the centenary commemorations of WWI, but the act of taking the photographs will show our veterans that they are remembered and that the sacrifices they made for the freedom of us all is still honoured.
On Anzac Day this year, NZIPP members will combine efforts nationally to make portraits of New Zealand’s last surviving World War II veterans. On April 25th, over 3,000 World War II veterans will attend ANZAC day services at more than 140 venues around New Zealand. Our hope is to make a portrait of every one of those veterans.
The Chief Executive of the Royal New Zealand RSA, David Moger, believes that the project will result in a collection of national significance.
“Not only will the body of work make an immense contribution to New Zealand’s national archives during the centenary commemorations of WWI, but the act of taking the photographs will show our veterans that they are remembered and that the sacrifices they made for the freedom of us all is still honoured,” David says.
Here is an article clip from the Blenhaim Sun April 16 edition: