2021 | Little Eyes, Big Perspectives

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'Little Eyes, Big Perspectives' is our latest book, published in November 2021. It brings together some of the most beautiful photographs captured by students at our workshops in 2019, 2020 and 2021.

 

You can read it online for free, and a printed copy can be purchased from the Timeout bookstore or directly from IMAgEN8. Printed copies are also available at the school receptions at Epsom Normal, Remuera Intermediate and Roscommon schools.

In 2019 and 2020, we published books for Epsom Normal Primary, Remuera Intermediate and Roscommon schools. These books include the tamariki's beautiful creative nature photography, as well as captions and writings from students. Copies of these books are available at the schools. Contact us if you'd like to see them.

2020 | Wellbeing

Wellbeing of students and our communities was very important as the Covid pandemic spread across the world. We organised workshops for students when feasible, and published three books on the theme of nature and wellbeing.

"This year more than any other it has been important for our wellbeing to pause and be in the moment; this is what the IMAgEN8 photography experience has given our students. Looking through fresh eyes at the abundance and beauty around us is so soothing for the soul, it cultivates appreciation, calm and gratitude - all so very important for resilience."

-Mrs. Julie Miller, Year 8 Teacher/Team Leader, Remuera Intermediate

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2019 | Nature Right Under Our Noses

Nature is all around us, practically right under our noses. In 2019, tamariki from Epsom Normal Primary and Remuera Intermediate schools participated in photography workshops on school grounds and captured these beautiful glimpses of nature to share with us all. They serve to remind us that we do not have to go far to find the peace and beauty of nature. 

“No one will protect what they don't care about, and no one will care about what they have never experienced.”

― Sir David Attenborough