Photos taken during the 2019 Climate Change Rally to Parliament in Wellington
During the Covid Lockdown last year, I had time on my hands to explore my neighborhood and the banks of Awa Kairanga, the Hutt River. This collection of photos as been lurking on my hard drive for a while. It seemed like a good time to put them out there.
I recently took a trip to Queenstown, Wanaka and Arrowtown with the whanau. Naturally, I took my camera with me. It’s so picturesque down there. You can really understand how this place has grown to be a beloved tourist destination. Even though Queenstown was coming out of Covid hibernation, the
A year late, but hey, we’re here aren’t we? Wellington’s Homegrown festival is the biggest locals-only gig in town. Any town. And with 50 acts across six stages, it’s probably one of the biggest festivals in the world right now! There were old familiar faces and new acts, including Chaii, Navvy, Paige, Troy Kingi & the Clutch, Homebrew and Goodshirt.
Here’s a great way to celebrate a beloved musician during Aotearoa Music Month. “Wha Cup!”, the trademark catchphrase of beloved musician, Aaron Tokona, has now been turned into a tagline, along with an ‘iconic’ photo of him for a t-shirt campaign raising awareness of mental health and support for the