Caley J. Hall (born 1975) is classified as a listed New Zealand investment artist in Invercargill, Queenstown, Bluff and the Catlins New Zealand. Hall specializes in oil painting, and is well known for his Fiordland landscapes and expressionist abstracts. A largely self-taught artist, he has learned techniques and takes inspiration from other New Zealand artists, including renowned Queenstown-based painter Tim Wilson, Canterbury wilderness artist Nathanael Provis and Central Otago-based painter Peter Beadle. He exhibits regulary and is full time painting commissions for clients. He also has donated half of his total income derived from art to charitable groups which won him a Kiwibank community hero awards in 2018 and a medal in 2019. They were awarded for going above and beyond in the community.