Simon woolf, m.Photog.

Simon Woolf , M. Photog.,  has a natural affinity for people and all our clients love being photographed by him. He lectures widely and has acquired numerous qualifications throughout his illustrious career. Simon has exhibited his works widely (in solo and group exhibitions), and has judged many competitions locally and internationally.

He gained a Fellowship of The Photographic Society of New Zealand, with the first Digital Camera submission in 2001. He has been awarded Masters qualifications both here in New Zealand, and in the USA.  He  was also awarded Associateship qualifications in Australia and Great Britain, and is an Honourary Member of The Australian Accredited Professional Photographers Association. Simon was awarded the prestigious James White Scholarship in 2004, as well as a Queens New Zealand Honour in 1990 for services to the community. 

Simon Woolf has been a Wellington City Councillor since 2014.

I have been privileged in being part of such an amazing photographic family business, where there has been so many firsts and high standards set.
Photography as an occupation, art form and passion is something very special to me.
Whether its recording history, or creating art, through photography it is always stimulating and different day after day.
I have never lost the excitement of seeing an image produced in a darkroom, and now digitally, on a screen, and then in print. It has been such an honour to have been involved in such a evolving, creative and challenging craft and industry.
I so love the people aspects, the relationships which have been formed through events, milestones and occasions. Capturing “that moment” which becomes part of a person’s legacy is such an important responsibility and one I will never take for granted.”
I enjoy the diversity of what we do too! Whether it’s a Family Group, an Event, a Portfolio Shoot, or getting out into our environment photographing our landscape and wildlife it is always something special.
— Simon Woolf