Laurence Aberhart, a well known New Zealand photographer, has a distinctive style. He works mainly in black and white - and captures buildings, maori carvings, museum work, war memorials, plus some landscape. He is gathering together a contemporary history of New Zealand and overseas.
His work is exhibited internationally and examples of his style can be found in many galleries.
The Christchurch museum recently exhibited his war memorial series (both New Zealand and Australia) prior to this year's 100th anniversary of Anzac remembrance parades.