I favour compositions that allow me to be creative, by zooming in on unexpected details or portraying subjects from an unusual angle.
In photography, I favour compositions that allow me to be creative, by zooming in on unexpected details or portraying subjects from an unusual angle. Product and advertorial photography allows me to do just that. Similar to graphic design, every detail counts, and every detail is in my hands and my eyes. Every pixel in the […]
Every year, South Africa’s south-western landscapes turn into tapestries of lush, colourful fynbos and flowers. I captured the magic of this seasonal phenomenon at Bartholomeus Klip in the Riebeek Valley on my camera.
Roman artichoke, as they serve it at Cajo e Gajo in my favourite area in Rome, Trastevere.
JA Clift (Pty) Ltd was founded in 1906 and is the oldest monumental and granite contracting businesses in southern Africa. I was contracted to capture the granite processing, from the quarry up on the Paarl mountain to the factory in Concordia Street in Paarl.
Creative photoshoot for Mardouw Olive Estate in Swellendam, on my wooden kitchen table, in natural late afternoon sunlight.
Living in Africa, with its wide open spaces, I felt intrigued by Europe’s network of alleys during my latest visit to Ghent, Belgium.
One of my favourite pictures of my latest trip to Belgium. Pickled eggs at Jigger’s in Ghent. To be had with one of their uniquely hand-mixed cocktails. When food meets design …
A slightly over-exposed photo of our two daughters at the beach. The light, pastel colours give the image an almost ethereal quality, while the girls’ postures imply energy and movement.
Commercial photo shoot for Thokozani and Diemersfontein, Wellington
Creative photoshoot for Mardouw Olive Estate in Swellendam, on my wooden kitchen table, in natural late afternoon sunlight. I love how the late sun turns the oil into warm liquid gold.
I love photos that have multiple, layered interpretations. At first, you see an abstract image of what seems like television static. When your eyes have adjusted, you start seeing the actual photo.