Judi Lapsley Miller

Judi Lapsley Miller is a Wellington artist and NGHS old-girl.

Through her art she tells stories about the world’s endangered wildlife and wildspaces. Freed from the constraints of pure nature photography, Judi exposes her interpretation of the inner world of others – their thoughts and feelings, their hopes and desires – in a form tangible to the human viewer that she hopes engenders empathy with other living creatures. Judi’s artistic approach starts with her wildlife photographs, but through digital photo-artistic techniques, she creates archival fine-art prints that are more reminiscent of paintings. For artworks featuring endangered wildlife, Judi donates 10% of her proceeds to conservation.