Brian Brake

Brian Brake (1927–1988) was New Zealand’s best-known and most-successful photographer. His career spanned the golden age of photojournalism and with his camera he roamed the globe. He is remembered today for his rare photographs of communist China in the 1950s, photo essays such as Monsoon, his travel work, and his iconic images of people such as Pablo Picasso, Chairman Mao Zedung and Queen Elizabeth.