You've probably seen her images on Facebook, but not known the woman behind the camera.
Cherrilee Fuller has set up her own photography business while bringing up her tamariki - on her own.
She had been a singer by trade, performing the national anthem at major sporting events, but discovered her photographic talent while taking snaps of her children's school trips.
She enrolled in a photography course at Southseas and ran cake stalls to raise the money to buy her own camera. Although it was a struggle, Fuller hasnt looked back.
Meet the inspirational solo mother-of-five who's focused on making a better future for her whānau.
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