Auckland-based photographer/creative director Adam Bryce has released the definitive photographic documentation of New Zealand’s burgeoning young creative scene. To outsiders, New Zealand might not be the first place that springs to mind when it comes to creative innovation — it’s in a small group of islands in the South Pacific — but it’s that isolation which fosters an intense hotbed of creativity across the fields of art, music, design and counterculture. Right Here Right Now is both a photographic survey of New Zealand’s creative new-school, and an introduction of said scene to the world. It speaks a clear message: these are the faces of a new and exciting generation of talent who we will undoubtedly be hearing more from in the future.

Right Here Right Now is available online and at selected global retailers now.

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 “Right Here Right Now” – A Photographic Look at New Zealand’s Young Creative Scene by Adam Bryce