Emily Hlavac Green is a photographer, artist and director from New Zealand, now living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
She creates visual stories motivated by a curiosity of place and character in a style which is shifts between nostalgic and journalistic.
With an enthusiasm for travel she has helped build projects to unearth cultural discussions. From a stint living in the Pacific Nation of Tonga shooting a sustainable solar documentary project, to a five-year long international fashion project shot between New Zealand and China. Most recently going on assignment to Peru with Photographers Without Borders to document the work of an NGO in sustainable fashion & tourism, and a home build project in Baja, Mexico.
In her past lives Emily has taught photo workshops, created stop motion video for clients, designed books and installations and curated art exhibitions.
A member of the WNW family
Based in : Brooklyn, New York, US
Nov ‘18: Los Angeles / Mexico
Feb '19: Mexico / New Zealand
June ‘19: Paris / London / Antwerp
Reebok x Empower through Fitness
Fox Glacier Guiding
Fisher & Paykel
Silver Fern Farms,
Dunedin iD Fashion Week
The New York Times
Edible Manhattan & Edible Brooklyn
The Outbound Journal
NZ Life & Leisure
New Zealand Herald
Scope Arts Journal
Your Home and Garden
2017 Rangefinder Magazine Lifestyle Professional Prize | Food Narrative
2017 Shoot The Frame / The Face Finalist July
2017 Pink Lady® Apple a Day Finalist
2016 PDN Taste Food Photo Overall Grand Professional Winner
2013 Capture Annual Top Ten Emerging Photographer
Art of Freelance (LA), Yu Gallery (Shanghai, China), Con Artist (NYC, USA), Magnet Gallery (Melbourne, Aus), NZFW (Auckland, NZ), Dunedin Public Art Gallery (NZ), Casbah (NZ), Dunedin Artist in the Terminal (NZ)