Published on October 26, 2018 by
  • Monster Children

This is the first in an ongoing series where we take four photographers, send them out into the world, and see what they bring back. The idea is, while they’re all travelling to the same destinations, each photographer will have a different take on his surroundings, providing us with four completely different points of view. For this first outing, we went to the South Island of New Zealand and met with Kiwi photographers Jake Mein, Nick Rapley, Jereme Aubertin, and Beth Eastell. Everyone loaded into the truck, cameras in hand, and for four days we travelled through the most remote areas of Te Waipounamu, stopping at Wanaka, The Catlins, Dunedin, and then back through Saint Bathans. So here it is, Everywhere Unseen in New Zealand.

Directed by Chris Searl

Produced by Jam Hassan

Cinematography by Sam Brumby

Editor – Lincoln Caplice

Additional Cinematography – Jam Hassan

Design – Matt Pike

Title Animation – Radge


Jake Mein

Beth Eastell

Jereme Aubertin

Nick Rapley


Soaked Oats – Houdini

Fait – Reverie

Borderline – C3NC

With thanks:

Canon Australia

Lake Wanaka Tourism

Lucas Townsend

Gizelle Regan

Rangi Ormond

Roscoe Moore

Sam Wilson

Nicola at Direct Rentals

Nadine at Gaga


Aspiring Helicopters

Gary and Henry

Everywhere Unseen, New Zealand - Trailer Two | Monster Children

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