Guy Needham’s inquisitive worldview was shaped by growing up in rural New Zealand. Noted for his work with indigenous tribes, today he primarily draws on themes of identity within cultural narratives. His pared-down style belies its complexity and is designed to challenge the viewer - self-questioning Western society's values and priorities in the age of more.
His images have been exhibited in New York, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Tokyo, Athens, Moscow, Los Angeles and Sydney, and been seen on the pages of National Geographic Traveler, Lonely Planet, Get Lost, AFAR, International Traveler, Portrait Magazine and the Royal Photographic Society’s Journal.
A member of the Royal Photographic Society, he also belongs to the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, the Los Angeles Center of Photography, Griffin Museum of Photography and the Photographic Society of New Zealand.