Custom Curtains and Blinds since 1958.
Phillip Luxton: Obsessed with handcrafting exquisite knives.
A 12-year old pet photographer
A tiny ceramic store—and studio—in Takapuna
Dick Frizzell: One of New Zealand’s most loved, sought after and recognised artists.
New Zealand’s oldest photographic lab.
A funky hair salon in Morningside
The motorbike shop with the air of motocross
A tiny, efficient film lab on K Road
Bespoke Professional Bicycle Repairs in Eden Terrace
Commercial cut flower growers located in Kumeū.
A renegade, super-cool looking traditional place for a haircut.
Kowhai Forge, School of Blacksmithing.
School of blacksmithing, Wharepapa South
Michael Bernard, Knife Sharpener, Snells Beach
Chris Elwood, blacksmith. Working in his workshop in Helensville.
A long weekend, and a quiet Sunday at Boar & Blade.
The tattoo place just off the water, on Cass Street, Russell.
Rose and Ivory, Florist and Bridal Gowns.
Steve Wheeler: searching for shibumi. 渋い —an almost unreachable level of excellence.
Lots of preparation goes into the dress, makeup and wigs for the Charleston dancers in Napier
The Charleston at the Hawke’s Bay Club, Napier.
Morris and James in Matakana. Handmade pottery, art and garden sculpture.
John Roberts was the original name of the owner, and was located near where the Milford supermarket exists today. It’s a busy business, that’s for sure.
Radio broadcasting began in New Zealand in 1922 with most radio stations being government owned. RNZ is still government-owned.