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23 May 2018
04.05.18
New Zealand

A return to our spiritual home New Zealand was a reminder of how breathtaking the landscape is. A drive around the scenic North island surprises with it's amazing beaches and rolling hills confirming New Zealand's role as the World's largest natural film set but it's the people and their hospitality, strongly influenced by the Maori culture, who make this wonderful country. To quote Keri Hulme 'Humans love an almost infinite range of beings and objects and places, but most of all we love ourselves and each other.'

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Vibrant, exhilarating, chaotic, intoxicating, there aren't suffcient superlatives to describe Hong Kong, this autonomous territory in Southern China is a mental and physical charge to the senses. Fortunate to call Hong Kong home for twenty years it's one of the most exciting cities on this planet boasting one of the most iconic skylines in the World with it's skyscrapers rising high above the South China Sea. As the sun sets the city of dreams becomes a magical display of neon creating a kaleidoscopic wonder.

 
 
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The recent arctic blast gave rise to some unexpected snowfall on the South Coast bringing a unique view of one of Englad's most iconic scenes, a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel known as the Seven Sisters and the neighbouring Coastguard Cottages. Often used by film production companies as a stand-in for the White Cliffs of Dover this inspiring section of England's coastline is constantly being eroded which enhances it's white colour in stark contrast to the surrounding vegetation. 

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The geographic diversity of Morocco from the Atlas Mountains, Sahara Desert, Atlantic Ocean and beyond offers an incredibly photogenic landscape but it’s the cities that continually draw us back to this amazing country. Our latest shoot included three fascinating cities each having their own distinct characteristics. Rabat, the capital, with it’s World Heritage listed Medina leading through to the beach which with it’s surfing heritage resembles the Californian coastline.

04.05.18

A return to our spiritual home New Zealand was a reminder of how breathtaking the landscape is. A drive around the scenic North island surprises with it's amazing beaches and rolling hills confirming New Zealand's role as the World's largest natural film set but it's the people and their hospitality, strongly influenced by the Maori culture, who make this wonderful country. To quote Keri Hulme 'Humans love an almost infinite range of beings and objects and places, but most of all we love ourselves and each other.'