I’m an Ikey supporter. My husband used to play for the team. I can see them practicing when I work in my office for other-life job. I thought, well, why not combine all three and take some photos for the Fourths? Here’s a taster of some shots over the last year or so. [...]
On a windy, beautiful afternoon in Kalk Bay, I met local author Consuelo Roland for a photo shoot that led us around the small fishing town. Roland is author of two fabulous books, and . The photo was designed to be an author’s shoot, showing the location and feel of Kalk Bay. I took direction [...]
Early in 2012, the department in which I work had an online revamp. Their new website is a masterpiece, easy to use, and expresses the feeling of being the film and media department in Africa’s top university. The organiser wanted some refreshed photos of the permanent staff, so I took my 50mm and speedlight into [...]
Ceri and Chloe are the daughters of an old high-school friend, Dawn. On a recent trip back to Wales, we met up after a good 12 years apart, and I got to meet her children for the first time. Chloe has a rare disease called Moyamoya, and Dawn runs an online support group. Chloe is [...]
I follow the Ikey 4th team, affectionately known as the “Quaggas”, around the Green Mile as they play during the 2012 season. It’s cold, it’s a hard game, but they (and I, quietly, and sometimes not so quietly when they score) love it!
The international phenomenon of a flash mob in the form of zombies came to Cape Town in October 2010. Through the fabulous organisation of Dieter Wambach, we shuffled, sprinted, and grunted our way from Company Gardens through St. George’s Mall all the way to our final destination, the V & A Waterfront. 2010 saw [...]
An old high-school friend who I hadn’t seen for over 10 years contacted me to take some photos of her beloved new horse. We had a blast in Delta Park; even though the weather was chilly, Sally and Kirsten had great fun while I shot away. Beautiful horse, great rider, and a great day out.
My mother was adopted by this cat back in 2007, and they’ve been inseparable ever since. Daisy was abandoned by her family and lived for over 6 months in the primary school in which my mother used to run an after-care. After winning the hearts of many teachers, it was eventually my mom who took [...]