My name is Raewyn and I have loved photography forever. I always take a camera wherever I go, scared that I may miss a perfect photo. In saying that - camera in hand and always ready to take on any photography you need. I'm just a call away ...
I consider one of my biggest missions to be photographing all 4 of my daughters when they were at school sports and that was pretty hard. I was running all over the field to each girl, photographing her and then onto the next one. This one year all 4 of them were all at the same primary school together before the eldest moved onto intermediate. Mission accomplished!
I love all kinds of photography from family photo shoots to weddings, sports to festivals and everything in between. I also like to capture a little video at times when I see something special about to happen.
We are very lucky in New Zealand that we have so many beautiful places to photograph. I love travelling and have seen quite a lot of New Zealand but there is always more to explore so any chance to get away to do a wedding, event or any other photography the better. I'm available to travel up and down both islands for any photography needed.
Please feel free to contact me at any time.
Hello and welcome to my Fine Art Shop. I have carefully selected a collection of my favourite photographs that I hope you will enjoy.
All of my prints are available to be purchased, either as a canvas, framed or as a printed image (for you to frame yourself) and can be shipped worldwide.
For images printed on glass or on glass splash backs please contact me and I will get back to you with a quote.
These prints and canvases are all printed and framed locally in New Zealand.
If you’re after a specific size, please contact me for a quote.
Mitre Peak (Māori Rahotu) is a mountain in the South Island of New Zealand, located on the shore of Milford Sound. It is one of the most photographed peaks in the country and the highest mountain in the world to emerge directly from the sea floor.
Part of the reason for its iconic status is its location. Close to the shore of Milford Sound, in the Fiordland National Park in the southwestern South Island, it is a stunning sight. The mountain rises near vertically to 5,560 feet (1,690 m), i.e. just over a mile, from the water of Milford Sound, which technically is a fjord.
The peak is actually a closely grouped set of five peaks, with Mitre Peak not even the tallest one, however from most easily accessible viewpoints, Mitre Peak appears as a single point. Milford Sound is part of Te Wahipounamu, a World Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO.
The only road access to Milford Sound is via State Highway 94, in itself one of the most scenic roads in New Zealand.