Kane Feaver is a portrait and concept based photographer who grew up on a dairy farm in Opunake, New Zealand. Discovering his love for photography while living in Japan, he returned home ten years later to hone his craft whilst managing a commercial studio.
Kane’s true passion lies in creating concept-driven images. His compositions are controlled, stylised and often infused with humorous tones. Faces of all types fascinate him and he appreciates the differences, similarities and experiences that are carved into their features.
The talented folk at The Enthusiasts recently crafted a stunning campaign for Manuka Health, commissioning photographer Boshi Wang to highlight the rich qualities of their manuka honey. A series of stills and video, set against a lush blue-black background, hero the product’s silky smooth, ultra-creamy and potent properties. The campaign will have a staged rollout into the global market throughout the year.
Born and raised in the beautiful Wairarapa, Sam gravitated towards photography after becoming fascinated with stark landscapes, diverse beauty, physical form and the world of fashion. After completing his Fine Arts studies at Massey University he headed to Shanghai to fully immerse in the complex, vibrant city he called home for ten years.
Drawing inspiration from his love of music and art, he injects a soulful ‘imperfectness’ into his image making. Sam is part of a new generation of image makers that believe in a new authenticity.
Project Northland Style celebrates the unique lifestyle found in New Zealand’s northern most region. Photographer Jeff Wood and agency BigFish recently spent time in the area, capturing a series of images for Northland Inc‘s #northlandstyle campaign.
The South Island is home to two iconic trains, the Coastal Pacific and the TranzAlpine. Known as two of the world’s most spectacular train journeys, Kiwirail and agency Bigfish wanted to capture the magic and commissioned Nic Staveley to shoot a stunning suite of images. Over four days he witnessed the untouched eastern coastline, native bush, charming coastal towns and dramatic seascapes of the Coastal Pacific. Not to be surpassed by the striking beauty of the Southern Alps, the ice-fed Waimakariri River and unique native beach forests of the TranzAlpine.
On a rainy night in a carpark in Auckland, a team of passionate individuals came together to create ‘The Art of Performance’. It was a collaboration between photographer/director Jeff Wood, artist Otis Frizzell, racing legend Greg Murphy, Jaguar New Zealand and their advertising agency Chemistry. The goal was to capture the live artistic collaboration using long exposure photography, resulting in a stunning piece of photography gifted to new I-Pace owners. A hero TVC as well as a BTS edit produced by Fish’n’Clips (shown below), documents the extraordinary challenge.
Originally from Cape Town, Saskia has lived and worked across the globe exploring her love of all things photographic. This includes graduating from the prestigious Brooks Institute of Photography and assisting industry legends Mary Ellen Mark, Nan Goldin & Kenneth Willard in New York.