HWZ Wood Conference 2018

This year, I was once again assigned as the official photographer for the Wood Conference in Cape Town. The conference's target audience are architects, engineers, professionals in wood construction etc. The conference in 2018 was the 8th iteration of the event.¬†George Kuratle is the brain behind the yearly event, which draws hundreds of professionals to … Continue reading HWZ Wood Conference 2018

Mediclinic Thabazimbi

Over the years I have photographed quite a number of hospitals for Mediclinic in the country. It is a very special occasion for the company to open new hospitals. Thabazimbi was the first time that I photographed the old hospital a few years back and now the newly built hospital at a different site. It … Continue reading Mediclinic Thabazimbi

Back at the One & Only Cape Town

There is a new carpet in on of the conference rooms and the One & Only in Cape Town. Time for an updated image. Some assignments appear simple on the surface, but the detail has some nice challenges. In this case, I had to work with the light coming in from the outside and balancing … Continue reading Back at the One & Only Cape Town

Exclusive Books Cavendish Square

When Exclusive ¬†aBooks contacted me to photograph the launch of the refurbished store at Cavendish Square in Cape Town, I was really excited. We have tons of books in our household and the store at Cavendish as our local bookstore where we buy books, locally. This is not a minor refurbishment, but a total new … Continue reading Exclusive Books Cavendish Square

St Luke’s Hospice Cape Town

Recently, I started a project with St Luke's Hospice in Cape Town. My brief includes photography of staff members and general photography for the hospice. The first part of the job, was to photograph the CEO of the organisation, Ronita. I had a number of ideas on how to approach these portraits. It included photography … Continue reading St Luke’s Hospice Cape Town

Portraits for Matthias

Matthias contacted me for a corporate headshot session. He was looking for something different to a picture in front of a white background. We started in studio with natural light, which gave us some unidirectional soft light and allowed me to photograph literally focusing on his eyes. We played around with some flash options and … Continue reading Portraits for Matthias