Lynn Clayton

Lynn has been a member of the Photographic Society of NZ for over two decades, including a term as President. Lynn is an accomplished judge contributing her expertise frequently at New Zealand camera clubs as well as other National and International Salons. She has been a PSNZ National Exhibition selector on three occasions. In 2015 she judged at the 16th China International Salon of Photography in Zhenghouz and has sat on the judging panel for the D-Photo Magazine Photographer of the Year.

Lynn has exhibited widely and has won a number of Gold medals and similar accolades. She has an Hon PSNZ and an ESFIAP from the Federation of International Art Photographique (FIAP). One of her images represented Women Photographers of the World in Italy.

Lynn often mentors other photographers and has published several photo books on

Of herself, Lynn commented: “photography is not what I do, it is who I am; it is my life.”

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Judy Stokes

Living at Muriwai beach, New Zealand I divide my time between being in nature with my camera and enjoying processing the outcome of those hours in my studio overlooking the sea. I love to share my work and exhibit regularly throughout New Zealand.

I have images enjoying homes all over the world. I also love to share my knowledge with others and thoroughly enjoy taking workshops with NZPhotography tours – sharing my experience in Impressionistic and Abstract photography to inspire others. I also hold my own courses and two day retreats at Muriwai to help others tap into their creativity and enjoy this beautiful place with me.

Please enjoy browsing through my images and if you would like to purchase any feel free to contact me to arrange prints, framed or unframed.

I compete in various competitions nationally and internationally. I am also an accredited PSNZ photographic judge

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Bob McCree

Bob McCree has spent the last 20 years photographing New Zealand and New Zealanders, and has over 70,000 images of all areas of the country and all aspects of the New Zealand lifestyle. A life member of the Howick Camera Club, he has been a member of the Photographic Society of New Zealand for the last 20 years and holds their highest honours award of a Fellow of that Society (FPSNZ). In recent years he has had over a dozen pictorial books published in his name, and has contributed many images to other books and a wide range of calendars and other pictorial publications. He lives in Howick, Auckland.