Exhibbit is a professional tool for those looking to reach and connect with audiences regardless of location; a factor that has increasingly become more important. Exhibbit has foreseen this online transition, establishing itself as an integral tool for viewing and selling art online.
Today we have clients across the globe and one of the great pleasures of the past ten years has been working with and learning from other professionals in the fine art industry.
In the last year our team has made Exhibbit faster and more accessible across all platforms.
Exhibbit was created to empower creatives and gallerists online. Our co-founders launched Exhibbit in 2008 with this goal in mind. Ever since, we have grown to accommodate the challenges of the creative industries and its dynamic field. From dealer galleries, education and beyond, Exhibbit has recognised the wide-ranging potential of exhibiting online.
Our spaces are calm and considered, reproducing the gallery viewing experience. The intuitive navigation moves slowly, complimenting that of the intimate and introspective physical experience of a gallery as the viewer glides along the space. Exhibbit’s galleries recognise the importance of lighting, atmosphere and the nuances of scale. Perspective and depth are optimised to give warmth and life to our virtual environments.
Amanda studied graphic design and animation at AUT working first in Paint Pot Films as an animator and then at the Mercury Theatre as a scenic artist and set designer. From there she began working in the art department on feature films where she and Peter first worked together. She continued to work in film and television as a set designer and art director on local and international TV series and In 1986 Amanda and Peter started one of the first 3D animation studio's in New Zealand, 3D Limited.
Over the next decade they produced hundreds of animated sequences for television and film, working with advertising agencies and corporate clients including Air New Zealand and Telecom.
Amanda has continued her artistic practice throughout the years of her business achievements.
Peter's working career began with an apprenticeship in his fathers UK model making and experimental engineering company. It was there that he learnt how to create solutions that would solve problems in elegant ways; to understand what key ingredients are important in the success of a project, whether it be from a science and technology aspect or a creative one.
Since, he has worked in the film industry as an art director/storyboard artist and run several small businesses. These include a night club and band management company, The Deaf Club in San Francisco; and 3D Limited, an animation production company.
Peter has exhibited his art in the Auckland City Art Gallery and was represented by the Barry Lett Gallery alongside Colin McCahon, Don Binney, Pat Hanley and others.
Lane is a freelance photographer, photo editor, illustrator and makeup artist. They have previously studied Digital Design at AUT ( Auckland University of Technology ).
Lane currently creates video and marketing content for Exhibbit.