Brett Stanley

Commercial Advertising + Fashion Photographer
(Los Angeles & New Zealand)

info@brettstanleyphoto.com
USA +1 818 751 9705
NZ +64 (0) 21 711739

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Judy and Brendan – Blenheim Wedding

Becoming a wedding photographer was never something I had thought of doing, it just happened to me and I’m very glad it did as it’s one of the most meaningful

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Dominion Post Newspaper Coverage

Wow, what a busy few weeks I’ve had here and I almost forgot to post some shots of my images in the newspaper! Thanks to the Wellington Circus Trust for

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Nicole and Radford – Queen Charlotte Sound Wedding

One of the most amazing wedding locations I have had the pleasure to shoot was coupled with two of the loveliest people to make an awesome wedding in the Marlborough

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She will lead the Revolution – Carterton

I got an out-of-the-blue call from Mr Roc Travers one day to ask if i might be interested to help out on a project he was working on with a

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The Charcoal White – Band Photography

Music has been a huge part of my life for years, I played in bands and even started my own record label. One of the main things that drew me

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New design and some old travel posts

Well it’s a new year so I thought I should treat myself to a new blog design to get ready for the big things to come. I hope you like

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Photo Booth Fun

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve posted on here and I’ve got lots of things to share but just like the Mechanic’s car, a photographer’s blog is always the

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Canon EOS Photo5 Competition – Part 2 & 3

Close Up The second brief Jaime Leigh and I tackled was to use 100’s & 1000’s close up. This is from the Canon site: “This small candy brief is all

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Canon EOS PHOTO5 Competition

One of the best ways I find to challenge myself is to set personal projects, where I am the client and I try to create my vision as well as

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Portfolio head shots with Martyn Feller

I met Martyn earlier this year in Sydney and instantly recognised him from somewhere, it wasn’t until a few weeks later that I worked out he had modelled for Sceats

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