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Friday 11th to Sunday 13th October 2019

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Jane with household inspiration

Jane Trotter

A music teacher and composer of young students’ piano music, Jane’s journey into photography arose from a desire to pursue complementary artistic avenues alongside her busy teaching practice. Joining both the Dunedin Photographic Society and Dunedin Camera Club, she quickly discovered her passion for abstract photography, gaining her APSNZ in 2009. A keen interest in creating abstract triptychs soon followed.
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James Reardon

James Reardon

James Reardon is a conservationist, zoologist, wildlife cinematographer and film maker. He has been working as a lighting and wildlife cameraman since 1996. James’ background in photography and cinematography includes working with a range of international broadcasters including the renown BBC Natural History Unit and also as the staff wildlife cinematographer for Oxford Scientific Films. Recognition of this work included Panda Awards from the Wildscreen Film Festival and an Emmy nomination for cinematography in 2004.
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