Pet Day is a wonderful New Zealand tradition where rural kids take their pet lambs and calves to school. Here are some photographs Lottie shot for New Zealand Geographic. She also wrote the story which you can read HERE. Lottie grew up on a dairy farm in the Wairarapa and it's a subject close to her heart.
Duncan was tasked with shooting the brand new Discovery all over New Zealand for a social campaign with Land Rover
Lee recently worked with the team at Supply Ltd. on their branding for Wilson Harle law firm. He was briefed with making a series of dramatic portraits of the team. We think the results are pretty fantastic.
Lottie visited Maine during the American Summer where she worked on a personal project celebrating the culture surrounding the wild blueberry harvest. August in Maine is a time when all things revolve around the harvest - from pie eating competitions and the crowning of the Wild Blueberry Queen to the hardy souls who spend twelve hours a day raking berries in the hot summer sun.
Lottie photographed Gold medal winning rowers Hamish Bond and Eric Murray training in New Zealand ahead of their trip to the Rio Olympic for their new book The Kiwi Pair.
Duncan has recently been working on a portrait series focussing on the transitional time at the end of boyhood.
Lee has been documenting the Auckland suburb of Kingsland for well over two years. He lives and works in Kingsland and it is changing rapidly. Last weekend Lee's Kingsland Project series took over the suburb in an open air exhibition of large prints throughout the village. There was also an exhibition and opening night at Atomic Coffee Roasters. Don't worry if you missed out, Lee has no plans to stop this ongoing series and we've got a feeling he might be persuaded to have another exhibition this time next year.
Check out the images below to take a virtual tour...