In the mid-1990's as a teenager, Brendan Kitto expanded from the activities of skating and graffiti to also documenting what he perceived as important youth culture. With age, this concept was further refined. His need to document process and happenings, capturing a time and place, became his point of difference in graffiti documentation, since most people at the time would only photograph the final result. This patience to capture THE shot in urban popular culture and fashion, has enabled him to exhibit his photos in both group and solo shows. With respect to the past and moving forward with the future, Brendan embraces medium format, 35mm and digital photography, with his own in-house black & white development dark room.

Based in Auckland New Zealand, Street - Portrait -Fashion.




Brendan Kitto

B. 1981


James Wllace Arts Trust


  • 2017 Auckland Arts Festival , Q Theatre 
  • 2016 Post Graffiti Pacific , Pah Homestead /TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland NZ
  • 2016 TMD in the Frame , Fresh Gallery , Auckland NZ 
  • 2016 Us and Them , Pierre Peeters Gallery , Auckland NZ 
  • 2016 Urban Rural , Studio One Toi Tu , Auckland NZ
  • 2016 Fishmilk(borders), Pierre Peters Gallery, Auckland, NZ
  • 2016 Redevelop, The Good -The Bad Gallery , Auckland, NZ
  • 2015 Bradley Lane Artists Exhibition, The Good - The Bad Gallery, Auckland, NZ
  • 2015 A Carwash Photo Show, Carwash Gallery, Auckland, NZ
  • 2015 Post Graffiti Pacific, aMBUSH Gallery, Sydney Australia 
  • 2015 The Forgotten, Olivia Laita Gallery (solo exhibition) Auckland NZ
  • 2015 Urban Rural, Lot23, Auckland, NZ
  • 2014 Olivia Laita Gallery - Artist roster show,  Auckland, NZ
  • 2014 Smash & Grab, Car Wash gallery, Auckland, NZ
  • 2014 Snap Shot (solo exhibtion), Studio 40, Auckland, NZ
  • 2014 Night Vision (solo exhibtion), Dpeot Artspace, Auckland, NZ
  • 2014 Analogue Revival, Apix, Auckland, NZ
  • 2013 Life after death, Corbans Art estate, Auckland, NZ
  • 2013 Flotando, Unitec, Auckland, NZ
  • 2013 Light box exhibition, Biz Dojo, Auckland, NZ
  • 2013 Cultral mapping project, Depot Artspace, Auckland, NZ
  • 2005 Overexposed, Disrupt Gallery, Auckland, NZ
  • 2004 Fstop, Spiral Gallery, Auckland, NZ

Commission work

Recycle Boutique 

Milkshake Models 

Parlour Store

Le Petit Voyeur , Magazine 

DEF clothing

Sly Guild clothing

Sunday Misfits clothing

Magazine publication with Elliot “Askew” O’donnell  

Canvas Magazine (Nzherald)

In Search of the Vernacular publication

Waterfront Auckland

All fresco street art festival

Kylee Davis clothing

Bradley Lane festival

From the ground up, Street art festival, Christchurch

First comes love, Wedding curators

Skinny Love Weddings

Using Format