We support Mapuche people

It is not unknown that for a long time the Chilean community living abroad has closely followed news from Chile. Above all, they have made known their support or rejection in matters that concern the country. From environmental conflicts to the student movement, the Chilean … Continue readingWe support Mapuche people

Immigrants stories

The invitation came from my friend Sophie to be part of the First Thursdays in Christchurch. We wanted to recreate a similar experience that they had with the project Crossing the Bridge at Ashburton. Sophie’s idea was to setup a temporary photo studio and take … Continue readingImmigrants stories

Fashion at Auckland

Looking for a good spot around Auckland CBD, we found the Silo Park crossing the Viaduct Harbour. The day was cloudy and the meet was at 10 am. Was our first photo shoot with Lyia and the result was very good. The location was amazing, … Continue readingFashion at Auckland

Waiheke Island

At 12 miles long, Waiheke is the second largest island in the Hauraki Gulf, and boasts 83 miles of sparkling coastline and emerald waters. Just a 35-minute ferry ride from Auckland, Waiheke is also the most populated and most accessible of the Hauraki Gulf Islands. … Continue readingWaiheke Island

Coromandel Peninsula

The Coromandel, with it’s pristine beaches, native forests and laid-back vibe, is one of New Zealand’s most popular and best-loved holiday destinations. A binocular’s view across the gulf from Auckland, the Coromandal is everything that a big city isn’t. Cloaked in native rainforest with dazzling … Continue readingCoromandel Peninsula