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Lily for Unique Model Management Recently I organised a shoot with Lily from Unique Model Management. What an incredibly photogenic person! These images speak for themselves. We went out and hijacked a back table in a cafe near Chancery. After hair and makeup by the talented Bee Johnson, we went to town in Britomart for some shots around High St.  To View More >>

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Lucca for Red 11 Recent work for Red 11, shooting some new headshots for their models. This time, I had the lovely Lucca out for an afternoon. To View More >>

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This year I had the pleasure of photographing the Wild Hearts Auckland Runway for Red 11 Models. What an awesome bunch of designers, artists and models to work with. We started the day with some backstage action watching the makeup artists and hair stylists do their thing. Someday I'll figure out what all the little bottles are for... And of course, the highlight of the day was the Wild Hearts Runway. 15 Designers showcasing their gorgeous 2018 collections. The highlight of course being the three To View More >>

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I had so much fun shooting this urban engagement session with Willsen and Calistya in downtown Auckland. I met Calistya a few months earlier when we worked together on a bridal portrait session (See Trina's Gallery) where she was the make up artist. Obviously her profession made doing her own makeup fun and easy save a minor run in with the bathroom door... enough said! Keep reading for more of Willsen & Calistya's story! ~George How did the two of you meet? "His cousin brought him along when we were going to  the mall in Indonesia, Jakarta. Mall Taman Anggrek to be exact. To View More >>

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It was so much fun hanging out with Sarah and Clover on this cool Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately, Sarah and I met after her own photography gear and family photos were stolen while on holiday here in New Zealand. Despite these 'rocky' foundations, I lent Sarah my gear so she could finish two of her own portrait sessions that day while I watched on in amusement. Fun is an understatement. I wish I could make half the number of silly sounds that Sarah could make! Eventually it was Sarah's turn to jump in front of the lens along with little Clover. Cute and bubbly with just a little bit of sass, To View More >>

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