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Stephen tragically died in the devastating Christchurch Earthquake. He was the marketing manager for the regional television station, CTV, and was in the building when the 6.4 quake hit the city. He is one of scores of people believed to have been in the building when it collapsed and caught fire.

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    • Stephen, you were a great friend.We shared many weekends away in search of that elusive perfect image.You had a wonderful sense of humour with an infectious laugh. We always enjoyed a coffee together in some very remote places. Your photography was superb- I learn't a lot from you.
      Rest peacefully.

      karen talbot. darwin, Australia . Wednesday, March 16, 2011

    • Stephen Wright

      As we celebrate his life, we will sadly miss Stephen. He developed “taking his camera for a walk” to an art form. Many of us will have walked our cameras with him, or enjoyed activities he organised. Whether as host or guest, he always added light to gatherings he was part of. He will be missed not only for his passion, wisdom and expertise as a photographer but for what he was as a person – an honest, quiet, helpful and knowledgeable friend.

      Meg & Mark Errington. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 15, 2011

    • Prior to joining Magnum Mac, Steve worked at the University, running the Computer Centre's computer shop. I was the Director at that time and I recall him coming to me before Easter and asking whether he could take some of the equipment he used to run the shop access to Baptist Youth Camp to use for enrollment. I think this was granted after he has arranged insurance but someone else might have a better memory than me. I think this was typical of Steve - using the skills and opportunities he had for the benefit of others.

      Robin Harrington. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 15, 2011

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