Maggie's name is known among journalists, and her career has seen her photograph and interview many impressive names. With over 20 years experience in the news industry, Maggie has developed a unique knack for relating to people of all walks of life - from Her Majesty the Queen, to Mick Jagger.
A few notable names Maggie has had the honour of photographing include: Dame Whina Coper, Paul and Linda McCartney, His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Nelson Mandela, Audrey Hepburn, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, B B King, Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder and many more.
Maggie has been a news photographer for The Evening Post, The Dominion Post in Wellington and The South China Morning Post in Hong Kong.
Maggie was a recipient of The Ronald Woolf Memorial Scholarship and accepted for a Rotary Scholarship for Photojournalism Masterclass in New York 1992.
Maggie gained a Mayoral Award in 2007 to exhibit her images in Carnaby Street and Kings Road Galleries, London and is completing a Bachelor of Music at Auckland University. Her work has sold all over the world and Te Papa Museum has purchased portraits including Dame Whina Cooper. Her other photographic exhibitions have shown in Wellington, Sydney London and Nelson. She opened her solo show Ora Gallery New York 2018.
Maggie has featured many exhibitions in London and New York, two cities where she spends a lot of time. She was also the Photojournalism Lecturer at Auckland University of Technology and has run many youth workshops called Shooting Back, thanks to Auckland Council's Creative Communities scheme.