Jocelyn Carlin (42) More files...
New Zealand b.1955



Like most New Zealander's, she is well travelled and has always been most interested in indigenous cultures of the world, and particularly the Pacific region for more than 10 years.



More recently she has explored consequences of environmental and social change on those peoples.



She has two published books, 'Mana Wahine, Maori women who show the Way' and 'Beach, New Zealand' and been involved on many group publications and group and solo exhibitions in New Zealand and Australia.

She is currently a Trustee of the Auckland Photography Festival.


Skip Jack and Big Eye Tuna is staple diet in Tuvalu, families go fishing and...
Boys and girls will play in the lagoon all day in the school holidays...
Young Tuvaluan men walk over land flooded by the high spring tide on the edge...
Young men cycle along the narrowest part of the island. During high spring...
Thousands of worshippers praying during the outdoor Healings and Miracles...
19/01/2002
Ape Maleki, a farmer from Vunaniu Village on the Pacific Coast Highway between...
An elderly man takes a shower at the beach after swimming in the sea.
A Pacific Island girl plays cricket on the grass at the edge of the Manukau...
A competitor with a kayak paddle stretches his muscles on the black sand...
Beehives in a field of green grass.
An effigy of a rearing white stallion made out of corrugated iron advertises...
A juvenile New Zealand Cabbage Tree (Cordyline Australis and also known as a...
The carved figure on the pole represents an ancestor who guards the entrance...
Young Tainui men performing a salute in a Takitimu waka taua (war canoe) on...
21/08/2006
The home team Tairua plays provincial neighbours Whangamata in a late...
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