We followed a group of Btech students from CPUT to the 2015 Afrikaburn festival in the Tankwa Karoo, the goal was to show people how precious water is utilising design as a medium and the stark environment as a platform. Essentially – what can be more precious than water in the desert?
Here is the the 15 min documentary telling their story.
Interactions between sharks and people always come down to the odds. You may only have a 1 in 32 million chance of being killed by a shark, but the primal fear of being eaten by a large predatory animal is not something that can be rationalised away with numbers. Read More
Donal O’Neill the creator of the successfully funded kickstarter documentary Cereal Killers asked me to come up with a concept as an alternative for split testing the movie banner via various affiliate websites.
The original image is the movie cover with Donal submerged in a coffin of cornflakes.
The second option that we shot together is a physical and figurative contradiction in black and white.
These images were shot at the DL photo studios in Cape Town with Jeanne-Mare Raubenheimer applying the body paint. Read More
While passing some time the other day I went on a little photo walk in Hout Bay harbor shooting things completely different to what I normally do, it was quite refreshing and a nice way to look at a place I’ve seen many times before with fresh eyes. I’d recommend all photographers remove themselves once in a while and shoot something different or even very simple and see what you can find in your images. I experimented with a few grades on these, some with a bit of pop, some quite flat with a film like tone and a couple B&W ones for good measure. The Panaroma was comprised of 3 images stitched together. enjoy ; } Read More