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Panpa Bulletin : November December 2006
November--December 2006 PANPA BULLETIN | 49 PEOPLE Dunedin-based Otago Daily Times chief photographer Stephen Jaquiery has been invited to exhibit 50 of his pictures for exhibition at the Otago Settlers' Museum. It's the second such invitation from the museum - Jaquiery, last year's winner of the Qantas Photographer of the Year award, was commissioned last year to stage an exhibi- tion, "City Birds". His photographs of all of the bird species found in and about Dunedin attracted 80,000 visitors. How does Jaquiery choose just 50 pictures from all of those taken since he joined the ODT in 1979? He spent numerous hours over six months looking through old proof books, negative files and his own clipping books. "They say that today's newspaper is tomor- row's fish and chip paper and that is how I discovered I felt about my images," Jaquiery said. "I can be very excited about a picture I've taken today, but after it's published I move on and it's the picture for the next day's paper that I'm excited about. "I therefore selected pictures that have an interesting story behind them - pictures that evoked a reaction from the reading public or images that are uniquely Otago." They range from protests against the Springbok tour, to the picture that launched Shrek to the world. Shrek is the hermit ram - a mountain of wool who evaded roundups and shearing all his life.The exhibition runs from November 11 to February 11, 2007. NZ museum mounts exhibition of award winning local news photographer s work By Warren Page Invercargill oods (1984). "While most of my photos seem dated to me now, this is one I d be equally happy to shoot and submit today," says Jaquiery. He stood waist deep in water to capture it. Road kill (2000). The picture made the OTD s front page and stirred up a hornet s nest, says Jaquiery. Award winner: Otago Daily Times chief photographer Stephen Jaquiery