What happened on ‘One Day in South Wellington’, a book project: February 25, 2012.

Elijah Lemon hands a dollar for mixed lollies to Queens Sally's Diamond Deli staff member Fale Ahchong. (top) Nikki Cox paddles into Lyall Bay as part of her training program. (bottom).

On Saturday February 25, 2012 I took part in the Rotary Club of Wellington South’s project called ‘One Day in South Wellington’ where around 30 volunteer photographers went out into the community and captured images that documented the day. We had a pre-production meeting earlier in the month at Execam, a Wellington based media company. Jim Greenhough, managing director of Execam is co-ordinating the project, where a coffee table book will be produced and all the proceeds will go to charity (Wellington Children’s Hospital being the main beneficiary). If you would like to become a sponsor, click here.

Jim Greenborough kindly took some footage of me at the Life Flight Trusts Westpac Rescue HelicopterJim Greenborough kindly took some footage of me at the Life Flight Trusts Westpac Rescue Helicopter

 

One Day in South Wellington book project: Nikki Cox paddles into Lyall Bay as part of her training program.

One Day in South Wellington book project. Marc Pule Pule leads out of Lyall Bay on an IRB patrol to Princess and Island Bay. Photo by Mark Tantrum | www.marktantrum.com

One Day in South Wellington book project- Wellington Free Ambulance Parademic David Chitterden loads a stretcher on to the Life Flight Trust's Westpac Rescue Helicopter. Photo by Mark Tantrum | www.marktantrum.com

One Day in South Wellington book project- Elijah Lemon hands a dollar for mixed lollies to Queens Sally's Diamond Deli staff member Fale Ahchong. Photo by Mark Tantrum | www.marktantrum.com

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