Chanel inspired vintage shoot. I wanted a metallic feel to the black & white but I still do like the colour. Which is your favourite? Photographer: Liezel van der Merwe Model: Vehon Hulme Make-up & Hair: Delaney Siebert Styling and Jewellery: Erika French These images are copyright protected. Rights reserved in all territories across all … Continue reading Chanel inspired Vintage shoot
Symbolising the Strength and Beauty of South African Women through with the beautiful, hardy and colourful Protea flowers and Indigenous Fynbos. Continue reading African Flower 2
After I listened to the very talented Joshua Grierson’s music, I contacted him to ask if he would sit for a portrait session . I explained what I wanted to achieve and he kindly agreed to collaborate. The results are exactly what I envisioned in my head. Once again it became clear to me that interaction, willingness to participate … Continue reading Portraits: Singer/songwriter Joshua Grierson
Shooting natural light!
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I love shooting women over 40. They have a very clear sense of who they are but seldom know how beautiful they are. Elina Kroumova Koytcheva is a violinist. Born in Sophia, Bulgaria and living in South Africa. Elina reminded me of Edith Piaff when I first met her. I wanted to recreate that … Continue reading Elina Koytcheva (violinist) – Portrait shoot
Loved doing this product and fashion shoot for Moooi designer handbags & jewelry. Melanie Davids was the perfect model to showcase these products. Each item is designed with individuality in mind. Continue reading Moooi designer handbags & jewelry – South Africa
A few months ago I had an idea to show how people’s words and actions leave marks behind on others lives and wondered if we would be any kinder if we saw the damage we left. I discussed this idea with a few women and they all agreed to sit for a photo shoot in support … Continue reading SCARS- Choose not to abuse project
Once you’ve decided to put your work or talent out there and make money from it, many of us suffer from what I call “The Van Gogh Syndrome” We know we have talent but we are just so insecure to stand by our work and charge properly for it. Vincent Van Gogh as most of … Continue reading THE VAN GOGH SYNDROME
Art is about the creation not the tool. A camera is a tool, like a paintbrush to be used by an artist to create something. As a photographer you are always tempted to buy the latest and greatest gear – myself included but I’ve developed a philosophy that my work must justify my equipment, … Continue reading Use what you have! It’s an artistic business not a contest.