Last week I received a call from Symphonia (they are one of my earliest clients) and asked me, if I would be available to photograph at year's Institute for Justice and Reconicilation's Awards evening. Louise van Rhyn received the award for her work of Partners for Possibility. In short Partners for Possibility links headmasters of schools with business … Continue reading Desmond Tutu hands over the IJR Award to Symphonia
I photographed Louise, a while back for her website and marketing material. Louise needed a variety of images displaying professionalism and approachability. She is a mediator, facilitator and stakeholder engagement expert who works with groups of any size to get back to the basics of effective collaboration. With deep roots in the corporate citizenship … Continue reading Portrait Session with Louise Gardiner – First Principles
The X100s in Practice I bought the Fuji X100s in September last year and the camera has been my favorite camera ever since. This includes most of my past cameras. Only, the Canon T90 from the 1980s might compete with it (for very different reasons). Yes, my second favorite camera is a Canon. 🙂 It … Continue reading The Fuji X100s in Practice – Portrait Session
On Monday, I had the opportunity to visit and photograph the vessel Lars Maersk, which anchored in Cape Town harbour. My assignment was to photograph images of the vessel during a tour with captain Christian Hegart and the chief engineer. It's only, when you are on a vessel of this size (it is 266 m long … Continue reading Lars Maersk
Recently, Sue Parker-Smith and her team from Catalyst Communications visited me for a corporate portrait shoot to update their website. Sue was looking for a fresh, fun and clean look and so we went to work. We had energy filled and fun session over the next hour or so. Want to upgrade your portraits for … Continue reading Catalyst Communications – A Corporate Portrait Session
I had the opportunity to photograph the World Haemophilia Day Awareness event in Paarl, on Saturday. Ryk Neethling gave children from Tyberberg and Red Cross Hospital a unique swimming lesson experience. The Witness printed one of my favorite shots from the event: Here is another article at Media 24 with another of my images.
On Sunday Cape Town will once again experience "the world's largest individually timed cycle race" with about 35000 riders on the 109km route. It is one of the races I wanted to participate in since I arrived in Cape Town 13 years ago. Well, it hasn't happened yet, though I completed the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon … Continue reading Cape Argus Cycle Tour 2012 Part 1
Every year BNI, the largest word of mouth marketing organization in the world organizes the International Networking Week. These are local events, focusing on business and networking. This year we had the opportunity to listen and to meet Norm Dominguez, the CEO of BNI at the Newlands Cricket Ground. It was the first time at the … Continue reading International Networking Week 2012