Kaye Davis

The 2016 Book - Downloadable too!

This is certainly a book worth looking at and appreciating. Inside its pages are 101 simply amazing landscape photographs, plus a selection from our judging panel as well. There seems little doubt that international landscape photography in 2016 was alive and well.

Click on the image above to view the Adobe Acrobat/Reader file. It's 30MB, so it might take a little while to appear, but it's worth it!

And don't forget! If you're not represented in this year's book, there's always the 2017 competition to consider!

 

 


NZIPP Grand Master of Photography

Kaye has close to 20 years experience as a photographer, following many years immersed in the creative industry of fashion and design. It was during her time studying for the fashion industry that saw her first experience the wonders of the darkroom, a love she went back to when deciding to retrain in photography many years later.

Since then, she has worked as a freelance photographer, undertaking wedding, portrait and commercial photography. Now working as a full-time Senior Lecturer on the Bachelor of Applied Visual Imaging (UCOL, Palmerston North, New Zealand), she also gives back to the industry through writing a regular column for The Photographer’s Mail, as an international judge, a position on the NZIPP Board and as current Chair of the NZIPP Honours Council.

Kaye’s practice now revolves around photographic art and a love of landscape, still life, illustrative and portraiture.

Career highlights include Epson/NZIPP Professional Photographer of the Year 2013 (New Zealand), Illustrative Photographer of the Year 2013 (Australia), Creative Photographer of the Year 2014, 2013 and 2011 (New Zealand).

"I absolutely love being part of this amazing profession and I’m constantly amazed and inspired by the passion, creativity and talent that exists at all levels.

“As an artist, photography is my medium of choice for expressing and interpreting the wonders of nature and the world around me, and I love that I am constantly learning about the art of photography.”