Lee has developed a reputation for producing high quality, professional images for corporate, editorial and advertising clients alike.
While Lee loves the challenge of shooting automotive and sports subjects, his real passion lies in working with people and creating portraits that glow with a natural warmth and capture a person’s true character.
Lee’s work has graced the pages of numerous NZAC publications. When he’s not working, Lee likes to splash mud on his bike or unwind amongst the tranquility of the slopers and swimming holes at Paynes Ford. To see more of Lee’s work visit: leehowell.com.
Simon’s career originated in print and web design, evolved quickly into commercial photography and is now focussed almost entirely on commercial video through his production company Resonate (resonate.co.nz).
As an avid climber, skier and mountain biker, finding the balance between office time and outside time has always been a challenge, but more recently Simon has been fortunate enough to find some clients who are also keen to use New Zealand’s magnificent wilderness as locations for their commercial productions. Open spaces, happy faces.
Dennis always thought that tramping and landscape photography go hand in hand. Over time, his passion turned into a calling when he started capturing the Christchurch rebuild as an architectural photographer. These days, he counts himself lucky to work with some of the biggest names in architecture and publishing.
Photography has opened many doors. When he isn’t sneaking around someone’s house, he writes for Wilderness Magazine, teaches landscape photography workshops and dabbles in photojournalism. After-hours you can find him exploring the backcountry with his playtime camera.
Check out Dennis’ work at lightforge.co.nz