Nature’s best

New Zealand enjoyed success at the 2006 Black & White Spider photography awards, with Jason Boa winning third place in the Nature category for “Field Waimate” and Jocelyn Carlin gaining an honourable mention in the same category for “Cabbage Tree”. The prestigious annual black and white photography awards are judged by some of the most highly respected members of the industry, including David Clarke, Head of Photography at The Tate London, Alicia McWhinnie, Editor of Black & White photography magazine and Eric Browner, Administrator of the Man Ray Trust.


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Glasgow-Based MOY Pop Star in Waiting

Glasgow-Based MOY Pop Star in Waiting

“With only two live shows and two singles behind him, MOY, 23, is already showing signs that he’s a real contender,” Scottish Sun music journalist Jim Gellatly writes. “The New Zealander…