Sense of Place, Robin Morrison Photographer
Director John Bates
Producer John Bates
Cinematography Stuart Dryburgh
New Zealand photographer Robin Morrison talks about his life and work and the way he saw New Zealand. Part biography, part road movie, part slideshow, this film takes you into the world of the photographer to reveal the essence of his relationships with his subjects.
Morrison talks about the inspiration for his book South Island from the Road. A self-proclaimed photographer of New Zealand characters, Morrison was one of New Zealand’s most outstanding photographers for more than two decades. In these excerpts from the documentary Sense of Place Morrison talks about the inspiration for his award-winning book of photographs South Island from the Road.
Settle in for a weekend binge-fest of films by or about some of the best photographers in New Zealand’s history, brought to you by Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision in collaboration with Photival Festival and Te Auaha.