You know it is going to be a party when the Ad Industry come out to play. White Door had the privilege of photographing the 2020 NZDM Awards. It was a record number of Gold Awards won… which meant a record night for celebration!
The Eye Institute has a work hard – play hard philosophy… and tonight was all about play hard! With Hollywood Glamour being the theme of the annual Xmas party, everyone dressed to the occasion. Held at the stunning SO/ Auckland, we started at the roof top bar for a meet-and-greet before heading down to ‘The…
The NZCS Awards for Cinematography shows off the extraordinary depth of New Zealand cinematography, from on-the-spot news, stunning commercials, creative music videos, through to major Hollywood and Netflix productions. It was a very Hollywood glam theme at the Cordis Great Room with a black tie, presentation dinner and post awards party.
To be honest we have lost count how many Marketing Awards we have photographed… we must be doing something right. Marketing.org.nz always pulls out all the stops to bring something new and fresh – and 2019 was no exception.
If you were a homeowner planning to build an architecturally-designed home in 2019 or into 2020, the ArchiPro Meet, Greet and Eat was the place to be. This was opportunity for you to meet with some of New Zealand’s best architects, builders and product suppliers in one room.
Acclaimed artist Dr Max Gimblett returned to New Zealand for the first time in 14 years to accept an Honorary Doctorate from AUT, awarded for his outstanding and sustained contribution to the arts. White Door had the privilege to photograph this special occasion.
We were the first in the world to view the amazing Borne Racer movie here in Auckland. The perfect evening turned in to the perfect night of celebrating a fabulous cinema experience
White Door had the privilege of shooting “The Greatest Showman” premier. Held at the Civic Theatre, it has been quite a while since we have seen such a spectacular event.
White Door had the privilege to photograph Alice Through the Looking Glass. It was wall to wall cuteness with so many famous families showing up for this fantastic movie.
The Who’s-Who of Auckland showed up for the premier of ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’. When you get to meet all the talent and enthusiasm that was involved in this project – it is easy to see why this films has broken so many Box office records becoming one of New Zealand most successful feature films.