17 George St, Newmarket, Auckland
09 358 1044
Personalised Portrait Session
1-hour Personal portrait session with a professional photographer for you and your family including 1 x 5x7" print $89.00 (Normally $380.00 Save $291)
Capture the special moments of your graduation with a professional portrait photography session with Timeless Images Photography, so you can enjoy, celebrate, remember, and honor forever.
We are pleased to offer Graduands and Barristers and their families only, an opportunity to be photographed in our regalia during all Graduations or Admissions.
This offer includes:
Purchase your Timeless Images photography package from Academic Dress Hire by:
Shortly after the photo shoot you will be invited back to the studio to view a selection of images. At this point you can select your 5x7 inch free print (included in the $89 offer) and purchase any extra portraits. Your final selection will be printed on archival quality paper so your photographs won’t fade over time.
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Kākahu - general term for the cloaks traditionally worn by Māori as a symbol of prestige and honour.
Kahu huruhuru - kākahu adorned with the feathers of manu (birds) which within Te Ao Māori are regarded as messengers from the spiritual realm. These look lovely at graduation and make a fantastic family heirloom.
Korowai - particular type of kākahu, woven from flax and adorned with tassels (we are currently looking to source these for our customers).
We are pleased to offer kākahu at $700.00 incl. GST.
Please note: an export certificate is provided should you wish to take them overseas.
As these are individually handmade, each one is different and colours vary. Please contact us for more information, 09 3581044 or email@example.com
In keeping with the special kaupapa of The KEECT, proceeds from the sale of kākahu will go towards a special Tressa Thomas Retraining Award, to assist a woman with Māori heritage, aged 25 and above, to undertake study in order to return to a profession or to take up work (paid or unpaid) in the community.