21April

Christchurch Architectural Photography

Posted by Simon Waterhouse

Last year I was given the opportunity to photograph a stunning Christchurch home. Situated in the heart of the seaside suburb of Redcliffs, this property affords fantastic views out over the mouth of the estuary. One of my good clients, “Cutting Edge Kitchens” produces high end kitchens in and around Christchurch, and this property’s kitchen was one of their projects. The house itself was built by Stephen Spencer of “Spencer Building Ltd”.

I thoroughly enjoyed photographing this property and attempting to show its relationship with its surroundings. Have a look at the architecture photographs below;

Redcliffs Architecture Photo 1
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19April

More photos with Dave Wallace

Posted by Simon Waterhouse

I had another opportunity to take some photos with Dave Wallace. This time the images were to be used to general biographical purposes, so he was after something a little less dark, and a bit more relaxed. We shot in three locations, including the studio, and managed to get the whole shoot done in less than 4 hours. Here’s a small selection of images from the afternoon.

- Photography by Simon Waterhouse
- Assisted by Lee Howell
- Makeup and Styling by Lucy Harvey

Dave Wallace - 1
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14April

Dave Wallace Video by Gorilla Pictures

Posted by Simon Waterhouse

Just a quick one – Logan McMillan has just posted the video he directed for Dave Wallace – check it out. Also, photos from this shoot can be found here.

12April

A Week in Queenstown

Posted by Simon Waterhouse

I’ve just returned from a week in Queenstown with my partner Dani and our friend Lisi. We managed to score a perfect week – in weather, activities and company. We split our time between riding our bikes on Queenstown’s amazing trails, and rock climbing at the amazing Wye Creek. We also managed to sneak in a day in Wanaka to sample its climbing. Here are a few images from the trip.


On the road to Arrowtown, this field with scattered hay bales was too scenic to drive past.

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