"I met Sarah at the weekend market in Whangarei in 2012. I was looking to bring some images of New Zealand back to my house in New York. I was particularly interested in her images of Matapouri Bay which I came across during my annual visit to New Zealand to see my children. Sarah has a fantastic eye for exactly the sort of images I was looking for and I have made repeat purchases over the years from her of many of the sights we visited. New Zealand is such a beautiful country and Sarah captures it so well in her photography. She is great to deal with and I look forward to doing further business with her to bring a bit of New Zealand to my New York home. Thanks so much Sarah for your wonderful talent." JKC, New York. USA.

Landscape Photographic Canvases

Matapouri, Tutukaka Coast. Whangarei. NZ.

"Thank you so much for the amazing job that you did for us. And to capture our family in such a natural way, which is exactly what I was looking for. LOVE LOVE the photos and beautifully done too. The personalised online client gallery I thought was so very cool and easy to use. Recommend you highly!” Angie, Whangarei. N.Z.

"I am incredibly fortunate to have my sister Sarah as a photographer because she has captured many memorable photos of our family. In particular she has provided us with beautiful family portraits, all of which are very natural and of course adorn our walls at home. Her skill has also enabled my daughter to appear on the front of local magazines and roadside billboards for the ‘Love it here’ Whangarei campaign. I can’t wait till we find the time to book Sarah in for our next family portrait. Love your talent Sarah. Your sis Jane xx"

Whangarei Love It Here

"We wanted a family photo and some photos of our 6 month old. We could not have been happier. The photos turned out brilliantly, Sarah was very accommodating and very well priced. We definitely recommend Sarah and will be using her again in the future. Thank you Sarah." Lara, Waipu. N.Z.

Portrait Photographer; Waipu, Northland, N.Z.

“The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it.”