Millennium Bridge

My good mate Ken lies innocently in the centrepiece of this construction, though is certainly not to blame for any of the apocalyptic finish! I simply like juxtaposing images and see how that can work, whether they fit. One is of him on The Millenium Bridge, the other part of …

Biodynamic Wine- will it wash out?

When I first came across this term I didn’t know what to make of it, not some heavy fisted marketing term for Popeye potential wine swillers surely? Excuse me but it conjures up visuals of washing detergent, which I’d like to keep a safe distance from my wine rack thanks …

Rock and roll restoration

As a photographer and keen writer it was a pleasure to join forces with Andrew Kerr Ltd on a recent project. Embracing the old with the new the result has brought colour and a whole new style towards country living. Restoring period property & dovetailing the features with a more contemporary …

Karmic Cape Town

Whatever your faith…whatever your journey. This is simply a slice of mine… I’m looking out. I’m looking forward. I’m looking on. I’m reflecting. I’m absorbing. I’m appreciating all the different nuances that have come together to fill this cup to the brim. A tapestry so tightly bound. I am peaceful …

Township Turnaround

There are between 8-10 black townships and around twenty coloured townships; Langa in Cape Town is one of the oldest. I took an informative tour of two with Coffee Bean Routes to deepen my understanding of the history and current situation surrounding these challenging communities and what’s being done for their …

No man’s an island

If you want a unique experience when you visit Cape Town take the trip to Robben Island or Seal Island taken from its Dutch origins. In days dating from the 17th century to the 20th century it has been used as a prison, a hospital for socially unacceptable groups, a …

Sideways in South Africa

  The white dove of peace is flying high today. As I sit reflecting on yesterday at La Perla in Cape Town my internet connection requires no password. Nothing gated in the community here. All runs free. Long live trust. A rare and treasured commodity in these quarters. More of …

Cape Town Chronicles

There is something about traveling that takes my breath away. I live. I die. I am one. I am not one. There is a distinct difference from the norm. I am elevated to a new height. Undiluted liberation rises to the surface. Everything changes. Another thing i’ve discovered is spontaneity …

Inside Out of Mind

This my photographic documentation with audio of the play ‘Inside Out of Mind’ which started its second tour earlier this week. The cast and crew were a joy to work with and I shared some unforgettable moments. It should be seen for its sheer unbridled entertainment. With the PM and the …