Wilson Creek Chasm

Deep in the Westland World Heritage Area and not far from the Gates of Haast, a hidden world of waterfalls and chasms is unveiled

Lake Lochie

A serene and reflective moment on Lake Lochie where the line between forest and water is unknown. Lake Lochie is found deep within Fiordland National Park

Lake Wakatipu 02

A rare moment of serene and calm on Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand’s third-largest lake. From Meiklejohn’s Bay, Stephan savours a moment of stillness with a long exposure to capture the evening sunset before

Queenstown 02

From atop the sharp, jagged and snowy ridgeline of The Remarkables, a gentler sight is revealed below. Lake Wakatipu, the township of Queenstown and the Kawarau River are captured in the soft light of the afternoon sun

Gulliver River 02

All the colours of Fiordland appearing in rich detail. On the Gulliver River in Fiordland, Stephan uses a longer exposure to create an opportunity for us to see what would normally flash past in a moment

Lake Mapourika

On the wild West Coast, the still and silent Lake Mapourika exists as a link to an ancient time of glaciers.

Deer Park Heights

Deer Park Heights

The Remarkables mountain range is an ever-present form for those who live in the Whakatipu Basin

Donne River

Donne-River

Donne River cascades its way through Fiordland National Park before meeting the Cleddau River and flowing into

Dart River

A unique perspective of the iconic Glenorchy peak, Mt Alfred, flanked by the Dart and Rees