Inarticulate speech of the heart
A photographic study of the flower development and senescence of our patio specimen of Hydrangea macrophylla “Together”
Te rerenga wairua
On a visit to Cape Reinga
Another collaboration between Claire and John
Four Cathedrals and an Abbey
A collaborative AV by John and Claire from our visit to the UK in 2019
Visit to Scott Base, Antarctica
An experience of a lifetime
A Visit to the Roman Baths
A great visitor experience
Light Colour Darkness
A special time
From a visit with friends in the south of France in 2017
Whanganui Vintage Weekend 2019
Whanganui celebrates its vintage values every year in January. The 2019 event was bigger and better than ever.
Who’d of thought there were so many different letterboxes out there. Tailors first AudioVisual!!
Sometimes we die revisited
Went back to Karori Cemetery and reshot the majority of my images enabling a remake with the full version of Van Morrison’s Sometimes we cry
I’ll show you something that will make you change your mind
It’s easy to take a lot of photos in London. Many cliches and iconic sights to capture. Difficult to do something different. I hope this audiovisual slide show changes your mind a little bit
Virginia Lake is a delightful lake in Whanganui, New Zealand with swans, ducks, shags, geese, pukeko and many other water birds. I was fortunate to capture the progress of an Australian Coot pair raising their chicks. The chicks were not so fortunate.
Streets of Arklow
I visited the town of Arklow in County Wicklow, Ireland recently to understand the inspiration for Van Morrison’s haunting song from his magnificent Veedon Fleece album. Over 40 years later it is easy to see the origins of his song but the presence of cars from tourists and commuters diminishes the ambience.
Down Brunswick Road
The song is about Brunswick Road in Sydney, Australia but the images are all from Brunswick Road, Whanganui, New Zealand
Sometimes We Die
Van Morrison’s “Sometimes we cry” set to images from the Karori Cemetery, Wellington, New Zealand.