Press Photographer and Photojournalist

Unlimited Magazine – Campbell Gower

A couple of months ago I was commissioned by Unlimited Magazine to produce a portrait of Phil and Ted’s CEO, Campbell Gower. This was for the style of portrait known as The Office, and is predominantly more about environment than the person. Phil and Ted’s is an innovative designer of pushchairs and strollers. As you can see from the images below, this creative flair is fully incorporated into the fun and lively workspace. The assignment took about 1.5 hours, including the 40 minutes of manic driving to and from my work to the offices of Phil and Ted’s in the Wellington suburb of Newtown, during my lunch hour(s).

Portrait of Campbell Gower of Phil and Ted's.

Campbell sits in one of the workplace's more inviting and relaxing environments which is design to help the creative juices flow.

Campbell sits in one of the workplace’s more inviting and relaxing environments which is design to help the creative juices flow.

Campbell demonstrates a slide which employees use for express travel to the kitchen when rabid hunger or the need for the black bean strikes!

Campbell demonstrates a slide which employees use for express travel to the kitchen when rabid hunger or the need for the black bean strikes!

Pop art at Phil and Ted's.

Pop art at Phil and Ted’s.

Inspiring wall art at the offices of Phil and Ted's.

Inspiring wall art at the offices of Phil and Ted’s.

Phil and Ted's employees have a meeting in the fuselage of an old aircraft.

Phil and Ted’s employees have a meeting in the fuselage of an old aircraft.

Tearsheet for the main image used in the magazine article.

Tearsheet for the main image used in the magazine article.

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