It’s a beautiful piece of coastline. Stoney beaches, caves and rocks with holes big enough to walk through. Cliffs sparsely dotted with trees clinging to the gravelly undergrowth, bent and twisted into the shaped by the prevailing winds that mould them. As a kid, I sat in this very same spot, amongst the trees looking …
All the time. But I still have to have fun. Storm. Heres an old school double exposure. Took some First Nation friends for a walk up Ōtaki Forks. They were here for Maoriland Film Festival which was fantastic. It gets better every year. Writing always takes time.
I was really lucky to spend some time in Tonga. A team of film makers and a very small crew went to help make three short films. Tongan stories the Tongan way. Loved it. 12 hour days in 30 degree heat then swimming, local food and beer. Couldn't ask for a better gig. My new …
I think everyone needs to go camping, unplug, be social in a real world The walk... Tha bach (cottage, crib) has no electricity or cell signal and no road access. So you either go by boat or walk in at low tide. The view from my tent #camping
A ring around the sun Infinity
Heading to Northland for our annual holiday. Going to be living off the land and sea (-:
Cyclone Lusi heading down from tropics. Great sunset.
Miri fishing off the Pohutukawa tree Snapper for breakfast. Miri didn't catch this BTW Maire cooking her pipi and oysters. Cooking bread. The final result. Real delicious, especially the crust
We traveled our usual migration this year, up the East Coast then on to Northland. Love it. Some images from Tuparoa. Old St Mary's church, and although my grandmother is buried here I have actualy never been inside. Nor had my father who was born and bred here. I guess an interesting fact is all …
Here is the trailer for my film The Pā Boys (-: