This past weekend, the messages flooded in from London about the Sunday snow-day and it made me incredibly nostalgic. Missing Christmas in the UK for a second year is pretty shit. Advertisements
Trust me, I didn’t know I had a thing with floors until I saw how much other people had this thing with floors but now everyone has this things for floors! Seriously, if you haven’t noticed it until now, you’re about to get hooked!
A friend of mine has been keen to see the Warhol Unscreened Exhibition at the WITS Art Museum, from the life works of Andy Warhol; Filmaker, Painter, Photographer. “Art is anything you can get away with” – Andy Warhol
On a recent trip home to Hampshire, I spent a few days catching up with friends in London. I thrive on the energy of London, and often miss it when back in Joburg. I miss not having access to corner cafe’s and interesting people watching view-points so close to the hustle of the London streets. … More Photo Series: Anonymous London
At the beginning of May I found myself having a bit of rant on Twitter about how difficult it is to be a photographer. Something I’ve aspired to be ever since my father first entrusted me with his analogue Kodak back in the 90s.
Hello Humans! I’ve been craving a reasonably sweet treat these past few weeks and I didn’t really know what it was until I made these out of desperation.
Last Monday a bunch of creative humans hit the road, just 30 minutes outside of Joburg, to the Cradle of Humankind. More specifically, the Cradle Boutique Hotel.
This year has taken off. It basically went from zero to Falcon 9 in the Space of Elon Musk (For non-NASA nerds, that’s the equivalent of SUPER EFFING FAST), and when 2017 blasted off with no sign of retreat, I had no option but to just strap in and let the pressure smash into my face … More This Post is Completely Irrelephant!
It’s the first of January 2017. It’s also that time of year where people are in the habit of looking back and reflecting on a time otherwise gone. For the purpose of this post, we need to go back at least six months.
It’s edging on 36°C here in Joburg, and whilst myself and my team are stuck behind our desks doing the work, Kuli is out in the heart of the Maboneng on a shoot for our client where she’s braving the elements (and by elements, I mean she’s sat in a car with aircon).
I was fortunate enough to have been able to do this shoot for a special couple back in August. Their story, although unconventional, is not mine to tell but what I do know is that I was grateful to have been able to do this for one of my most awkwardly treasured friends, Haji and her … More Haji & Rebecca’s Engagement Shoot
We’re at the point where we’re making the little time that we have left count. Robyn leaves in just over a month, and with both of us having full-time jobs, the week days are an oceans distance out of reach, making our weekends the best we have to give.
Just a few week’s ago my best friend dropped the news. “Kirst, my visa was approved!”, and as Robyn had sent that text, the inevitable had sunk to the bottom of my heart like the Titanic had that very night of April 14th, 1912.
This time last year, I had the trip of a lifetime! Home of the Empire State, Central Park, Queen B and Jay-Z (My new besties, obvs!) Initially I was on business with my clients, performing a specific role on behalf of their brand but after a few hours I sort of decided that I could totally … More Top 10 Things To Do In New York City
I’ve always been a fan of vinyl, ever since I was a kid. I’d have this habit of pulling out some of my dad’s LPs on a Sunday after church and plugging in the turntable. I’d definitely say that my opposing and far grander taste in music can be attributed to his horrible taste in … More Bring Back Vinyl. Bring Back The Memories.