“Glenn Jowitt, Internationally renowned photographer who shone a light on Pacific culture. Beloved son, brother, uncle and friend of many. And now his clever eyes are closed.”


Glenn is best known for his photography of Pacific people and their cultures, both in New Zealand and in the Pacific Islands. Tragically Glenn died suddenly in July 2014 at his home in Auckland. 


The Glenn Jowitt Trust has been established to manage Glenn’s archive which includes his work spanning from his first exhibition Race Meetings in New Zealand, Black Power Christchurch, including Polynesia Here and There – Festivals, Ritual and Ceremonies, Pacific Pattern to 2014’s Pacific Images. 

Glenn's family want to share his legacy by continuing to make his work available. Please click here for more information.

Rakahanga Atoll, Cook Islands 1991