Guy Needham is a photographer who has spent the past few years exploring parts of the globe rarely seen. With his worldview shaped by growing up on New Zealand’s East Coast, his work primarily draws on themes of identity and place. He has a strong magnetism towards individual narratives and a style that focuses on singular subjects.
His work has appeared in National Geographic Traveller, Lonely Planet, Royal Photographic Society’s Decisive Moment, International Traveller, Real Travel, AFAR, Let’s Travel, CNN.com and every major New Zealand newspaper.
Past exhibitions include The Hamar of Ethiopia (solo, 2016), Portrait Salon - Tokyo (2016), UK Portrait Salon - London (2015), Shades of Otara (solo, 2015), International Foto Awards - Moscow (2014), The Huli of Papua New Guinea (solo, 2014), PCA Adriatic - Zagreb (2014), Colour // Nature (solo, 2014), The Story of The Creative - New York (2013), People of The Balkans (solo, 2013) and Life's Journeys (2013). He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society, World Photographic Organisation and the Photographic Society of New Zealand.