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    Portraits

    This album is obviously at work in progress.

    I wanted to share with you a few of my favorite Portraits I have captured in the last couple of years.
    I will be adding to this album slowly but surely, so keep checking back to see if theres anything you have missed!
    These photos were taken all of the african continent, mostly in my hometown, Cape Town.

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    Wildlife

    This is where my true passion lies. Theres just something so amazing about capturing a wild animal in it’s natural environment. No set, no lights, no telling the model what to do. Just you and your camera, waiting for the perfect moment.

    The majority of the images were captured in Madikwe Game Reserve, across Southern Africa and Ghana.

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    Landscapes

    A selection of my Landscape Photography shot mostly across Southern Africa.

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    Action Sports

    A selection of my favorite action sport images captured over the past few years.

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    Miscellaneous

    A collection of images that don’t have their own home.

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    Fashion

    A collection of Fashion Photography I have shot in recent years.

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    Afrikaburn, Tankwa Town

    I encourage you to bring all your preconceived ideas and perceptions of Afrikaburn and watch them vanish from your mind as you experience the true beauty of this festival”

    The following images were captured at Afrikaburn from 2010 to 2014.

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    Ghana, African Travels (2013)

    In April 2012, my mother and her friend left Cape Town on a 2 year trip across West Africa, travelling with nothing but a border collie and their Land Rover. I had been planning to meet up with them somewhere along the way and decided that Ghana would have to be that country. So in January 2013, I jumped on a plane to Accra with a bag of clothes and my camera.

    The first thing I noticed as I stepped off the plane was the humidity, the second being the private car to taxi ratio – it seemed like everyone in Ghana was either a taxi driver or a fisherman. But more importantly, the third thing I noticed was how happy everyone was. Ghana must be one of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to. This made it a photographer’s paradise.

    Before I had even left South Africa, I knew it was going to be a challenging trip, from a photography side, as all I had was my body, a 10-20mm and a 50mm f/1.8. But none the less, I accepted the challenge! The two weeks flew past, and I soon found my self back in Cape Town with a mountain of editing to do. Here are a few of my favorite images that showcase my experience of this amazing part of the world.