Father turned 80 three years ago and we were home for his birthday. We took him and my mother jet-boating up the whanganui river because it’s something we knew he’d like. Father wasn’t able to walk to the bridge to nowhere, so we left him in a shelter back down the track. When we returned, […]
hanging out having lunch with friends recently, i managed a couple of photographs of a very happy and constantly moving small person. micro-foo (as we lovingly call her) is not really so micro anymore – she has her own tiny personality now.
David duChemin is a really awesome dude. Not very long ago (I’m a slow learner) I realised that, if I want my photography to improve, I need to hang out with people whose work I admire. I was stuck. Wanting to be ‘better’ (whatever the hell that means) and knowing that a way I could help […]