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Media

2021 Radio NZ National Programme | Photographer Cody Ellingham captures the poetry of isolation | Standing Room Only Interview with Lynn Freeman2021 Architext magazine pages 100 - 103 | Danchi Dreams 2021 Cities 8 by ISP | Shanghai Streets2020 Auckland Festival of Photography, New Zealand | Talking Culture2020 Designboom | Shanghai Streets2019 Radio NZ National Programme | Expat Kiwi photographer Cody Ellingham | Standing Room Only Interview with Lynn Freeman2019 The Dominion Post | Exhibition Future Cities illuminates the layers of Wellington streets | by Eleanor Wenman2019 Designboom | The nocturnal neon cityscape of Bangkok2019 The Guardian | Bangkok's glowing hidden spots of night-time peace2019 Wired Italy | Luci nella notte a Bangkok 2019 The Guardian | Capturing East Asian Megacities2019 CNN | The Tokyo Effect2019 Cathay Pacific | Silk Road Magazine2019 Bloomberg CityLab | The Last of Shanghai's Historic Shikumen Houses, in Photos2019 Fubiz | A Short Film about Tsukiji Market in Japan2019 Fubiz | Shanghai by Night with Cody Ellingham2018 Pen Magazine International | 1964 — Photographer Cody Ellingham Explores the Architecture of the First Tokyo Olympics2018 NZ Home Magazine | Danchi Dreams | by Claire McCall
2018 Fubiz | Magnificent Night Pictures of Forgotten Buildings2018 Featured in Vostok Magazine Vol. 12 | Danchi Dreams2018 Capture Magazine Australia | DANCHI DREAMS by Cody Ellingham2018 Archinect | New Zealand photographer Cody Ellingham captures Japan's declining public housing blocks in new Danchi exhibition2018 Metropolis Magazine | Fascinating photography series explores the danchi – Japanese housing projects first introduced in the 1960s2018 Bloomberg CityLab | The Slow Decay of Japan's Modernist Dreams2018 Idealog | Inside New Zealand photographer Cody Ellingham’s love affair with Tokyo2017 Spoon & Tamago | Immerse Yourself in Cyberpunk Tokyo with this Visual Project by Cody Ellingham

Sony New Zealand

“We’ve heard great reviews of the other versions of Future Cities and can’t wait to see the Wellington edition later this month. We admire his work and believe the Sony products will help take the experience to the next level.” comments Sam Duncan, General Manager, Sony New Zealand.