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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Milford Track

Below you can find images from my recent trip to New Zealand to hike the Milford Track...celebrating the big dirty thirty birthday.

Previous to going, a lot of the online stories that I read sounded like the 5 day and 54km track became most peoples worst enemy. Trudging through mud up to their thighs, being annihilated by sand flies and walking through hours of pouring rain while the clouds covered most of the skyline. ppppfffffttt Don't let those horror stories put you off. A little sprinkle of rain here and there but mostly smooth sailing.... the worst thing that happened was losing my breathe from excitement of overwhelming sights and landscapes that were indescribably beautiful and totally untouched. 

New Zealand, what a ripper. Loved it and I can not wait to go back and explore more.

Thanks for the birthday pressie Bman. x

All the images are taken on 3 different film cameras on a range of different film, mixing between C41 and E6
My beloved Mamiya 645 , my dad's handme down Canon AE-1 and the little pocket rocket Lomo  LC-A+.

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Monday, 3 February 2014

White Mag

Hurry out and grab the recent copy of White Magazine to see my editorial feature on Mens Fashion photographed on location at The Bird.
You can also see White Mags blog post about it too, here :)

Stay tuned, and pick up the next edition due out soon for another editorial produced and photographed by me. PUMPED!!!




Insta!!!

If you are obsessed with old mate INSTAGRAM as much as I am then  you can follow me online or on your phone :) @cortaknee


Sunday, 17 November 2013

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

ILLCOTT Creative


You can follow ILLCOTT Creative over on 
for BTS, inspiration and more.
Website coming soon. 













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Thursday, 18 July 2013

fab feeling

It is always such a fab feeling when my work is featured with online magazines.
You can find the full posting here
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Tuesday, 2 July 2013