Fallen Fine Art Photography by John Pusateri is a biodiversity and fine art photography project by the New Zealand-based artists. It first commenced with setting pit-fall traps on 8 May 2007. Twice a month, for thirteen months, Pusateri gathered, separated, cleaned, labeled and preserved the trapped specimens. These specimens were photographed along with fragments of ceramic, glass, and other found items.
The specimen samples, as a collated whole, along with additional information gathered for the Fallen Fine Art Photography project, provide valuable baseline data that will clarify a sustainable approach to replanting native New Zealand bush where invasive bush is currently prevalent.