Bruce Foster

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Bruce Foster (born in Whanganui, 1948) was one of the foremost photographers to emerge in the 1970s. His colour photographs of the following decade were an extended meditation on the New Zealand coastline, with its ongoing dialogue between the natural and the human-made. In 1994 Foster collaborated with writer Lloyd Jones on Last Saturday (VUP) and an exhibition of the same title at the National Library Gallery, Wellington.

In recent years he has worked as a freelance photographer and become increasingly engaged with moving image technologies. He is co-director of the Wellington-based design and video production company, Airplane.