Hobbiton Movie Set Photography

The Return of the Hobbit!

Last week I returned to the Hobbiton Movie Set to shoot some more promo/marketing photos. No matter how many times I go back, it never gets old! Like I’ve said so many times before, I could shoot at Hobbiton forever! Over the past week the world has been going Hobbit mad with the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Having watched the film, I think it’s safe to say that Peter Jackson has ended his saga on a truly epic finale! A fitting farewell to Hobbits, Dwarves, Elves and Orcs! Despite there being no more movies, Middle Earth will continue …

New York, New York!!

So New York was awesome… here are a few quick snaps from the trip! I could write a huge blog and go on about every last thing we did but I’d end up rambling on about the constant airport style security checks (completely understandable!) and tripod bans! I’ll let the photos do the talking instead! Next time I’m less tourist and more photographer! So many more shots I wanted to take!

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An evening in the Shire

Last week Hobbiton hosted the guests of the TECNZ (Tourism Export Council New Zealand) conference for a special evening in the Shire. From a tour around the set to prop and prosthetics displays in a pop up Weta Workshop, guests certainly had a night to remember! Check out a few of the shots: To see more Hobbiton Photography check out the links below: Hobbiton at Night – Balloons over Hobbiton – Hobbiton Visit

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The German Sky Tower: World Cup Champions 2014

Congratulations to Germany, 2014 World Cup winners! Can’t say I watched much of the World Cup but I did see the Germany V Brazil game and from that Germany definitely deserved to win! SKYCITY Auckland celebrated the win by lighting the Sky Tower the colours of the German flag – I headed out to get some official shots. Check out the rest of my website to see more Auckland Photography.

Some photos from the 2014 Firefighter Stair Challenge

Today more than 700 firefighters from around the country took part in the Sky Tower stair climb. The challenge sees firefighters race up the 1,103 stairs of the tower wearing 25kg of equipment to help raise funds for Leukemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand. Congratulations to all the firefighters who took part… that is some achievement!! I went down this morning to take some shots for SKYCITY. Check them out!  The amount raised is now over $865,000 – the Sky Tower thermometer is going up! Hopefully we will hit the 1 million dollar mark! Here is a quick shot from tonight (possibly the best skyline photo …

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