Nude with Attitude
Like a duck to water is how Kay Hannam described her first visit to the Canterbury Sun Club now known as Pineglades Naturist Club in 1984. Kay's vision of 'creating the place to be' materialised when partner Brian Williams found the ideal location in Lake Tekapo. Aoraki Naturally soon became known world-wide as the pair promoted themselves and their clothes-free lifestyle through various media, and by developing their own informative website. The Mackenzie Muster Naturist Festival which encompassed the first international nude golf tournament to be held on a regular golf course became the most talked about event in New Zealand naturist circles. Re-locating their business to Marlborough in 2006, Kay and Brian developed Wai-natur Naturist Park; a safe and secure haven for naturists with all the amenities of a regular camping ground. Travelling throughout Europe during the past fifteen years resulted in a range of experiences many of which are related in Nude with Attitude. In Nude with Attitude, Kay has compiled a frank account of her passion for a clothes-free lifestyle. Traversing from simple nudity to social nudity may seem like a giant leap but in actual fact only a small step is required.
Kay Hannam is one of New Zealand's best known naturists. Her business acumen and marketing skills have held her in good stead during the past fifteen years, operating her own successful naturist park, initially in Lake Tekapo and relocating to Marlborough in 2006. During her four year term as national president of the New Zealand Naturist Federation, Kay attended a number of International Naturist Federation World Congresses. A self-described 'global naturist', Kay enjoys writing articles and speaking about her travels in Europe. Kay is passionate about naturism and has been instrumental in creating a greater awareness of and acceptance for naturism among the media. Kay publishes Holidays NZnaturally, a comprehensive guide to clothes free accommodation in New Zealand. Appointed editor of gonatural magazine in 2007, she is now Managing Editor of the quarterly magazine published by NZNF, and continues to promote Naturism world wide.