“Photographs are a vital part of a wedding. It was important to us to find a photographer who instilled confidence.

Andrew and Karyn were great right from the start. They visited the venue before the event to prepare. Despite a rainy day, they made us feel relaxed and confident, ensuring our family and friends were happy and felt included. The photographs were beautifully presented, ahead of schedule. We would not hesitate to recommend them for any occasion.”
Lisa and Blair.


“Thank you so much for all your hard work, kindness and time...we could not have wanted anyone else but you! We really appreciate your efforts to create a wonderful experience and for joining us on our special day to record our special moments. You were both so great. Thank you again. It was really lovely of you to do this for us...thanks!
Lots of love, Sarah and Michael.”


“We enlisted the help of Andrew to capture the fun and action of our All Blacks Breakfasts. Andrew provided a very professional and thorough service, delivering photos to a high standard. He was easy-going and stress free to work with, relating well to children of all ages as well as our All Blacks. I would recommend Andrew’s services to anyone who is in need of a great photographer.”
Kim Clark Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing, Brand Manager - Cereals


“Andrew was a member of the Photography Institute’s team commissioned to record the 2010 Weetbix Kids’ Tryathlons, starting with the Manukau event. He managed the specific demands of this large and fast-paced event to photograph participants as they swam, biked and ran. Andrew’s fun and out-going nature enabled him to establish an immediate connection with participants – this could be seen in the positive interaction with the athletes, on-lookers and event personnel as well as the high quality of the images he recorded.

We had no hesitation in engaging Andrew’s services for subsequent events at St. Heliers and North Shore in Auckland, and in Hamilton and Tauranga.”
Sarah Davis, New Zealand Photography Institute.


“We engaged Andrew as the sole photographer to record the Sanitarium/All Black Trade Breakfasts at Eden Park in 2010. Andrew demonstrated his ability to interact with sports professionals and fans to create a series of images that reflected what the client wanted from the events.

His brief was to record the informal breakfast session with All Blacks, capture images of a Q&A time, and then to ensure that all the guests, particularly the children, were photographed with the visiting All Blacks, both indoors and outdoors. The positive results were seen in the quality of images placed on the client’s website.

Working with Andrew ensured that our mutual client was satisfied with the recorded images of the event, the professional service supplied and the timeliness of meeting deadlines.”
Trisha Webb, SMC Events