Northland PSNZ

This year Bay of Islands Photography did it and took out first for the Northland PSNZ. I am so proud to be part of this group, they are a really great bunch with some awesome talent. The best part for me is the relationships I have made while doing something I love and seeing the different styles come together, we are all unique. Our president John Stockley has worked so hard to encourage all the crew to get out there and learn new skills and have fun.

A couple of my loved images below I thought I would share with you from our team :-)

Above - First Place Winner - Night photography - Artist © Chris Pegman

Above - First Place Winner - Night photography - Artist © Chris Pegman

Above - Image One © Cornelia Luethi - Image Two © Kathy Elliston

Above - Image One © Cornelia Luethi - Image Two © Kathy Elliston

Above - Image One © John Stockley - Image Two © Penelope Spencer - Image Three © Barbara Stewart

Above - Image One © John Stockley - Image Two © Penelope Spencer - Image Three © Barbara Stewart

Above - First Place Winner - Impressionism - Artist - © Judy Klaus

Above - First Place Winner - Impressionism - Artist - © Judy Klaus

Above - Image One © Stephanie Young - Image Two © Doug Dysart - Image Three © Coral Moller

Above - Image One © Stephanie Young - Image Two © Doug Dysart - Image Three © Coral Moller

Above - © Rebecca Potter

Above - © Rebecca Potter

Wedding Chatter

Hello :-)........ Today I was looking though some wedding albums from the last few months. To all the beautiful brides and handsome grooms that allowed me to be part of your day in Kerikeri and throughout Northland, thank you very much. It has really been an honour and an absolute privilege to be there with you.

There are so many important details that contribute to your day and we just love to photograph them all, tequila and lime shots included :-)

Holding on to the memories of one of the most epic days in your entire life!!!

Loving Local

As we all know there is so much fantastic local talent and great new things happening here in the Bay of Islands and I thought I would from time to time fill you in what is new and pretty darn cool.

Recently while at a local Kerikeri wedding the all so ever lovely bride gifted to each of her bridesmaids a kauri necklace and bracelet each. They were a little bit different, handcrafted and absolutely beautifully made. I asked her about them and yes they are indeed from just down the road, I could almost throw a ball to their house. Love finding incredibly cool local talent to keep on my watchlist. You can see more here on their website here www.gwynethhulsedesign.co.nz

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