A weather bomb hit Auckland on Sunday. That mean unpredictable bouts of rain, wind and sunshine. Our walk this morning was mainly wind and rain.
Social media is sometimes portrayed as evil. A place for people to seek the approval of the world or lose themselves in the lives of others. However, it is can also be a place to learn, be inspired and maybe, contribute to the general pool of positivity. In this world of social media, I have [...]
Working from home can be a liberating time. Some people relish the focus that working without the disturbance of colleagues. To mix things up, I'm catching up with my team one on one, giving us a chance to step away from the office to get some fresh air and a good feed. Today is a [...]
In my early 20’s and 30’s it was easy to live life large. As time goes by, I realised that I am at my best when I pay attention to my mental and physical well being. It took time to discover the approach that works best for me. Initially yoga was the easiest introduction to [...]
He's not letting his cast get in the way of bonding with his kid this Sunday. My dad passed away when I was 7 months old. I wonder what would we bond over? Photography? He was a camera salesmen. Father and Daughter
Scenes from Wynyard Quarter in the city.
New Zealand is looking to eliminate COVID19 from our shores. It is an ambitious target that is fraught with difficulties. Apart from the scientific nature of the virus, there is also the practical considerations required to limit community transmissions. I do not know better that anyone out there in New Zealand or the world. I [...]
It was a squally Friday evening. Waitemata Harbour Even with the howling and cold winds, it is easy to find peace and beauty.
Tuesday was good. Tuesday was amazing. I had to go to the office to sort out an IT issue for my team. That means a chance to shoot in the city and more importantly, more food options. Lunch was at Chamate, a Chinese restaurant on Swanson. Customers enter, sit and place their orders on an [...]