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  • Riley Family

    This shoot marks the return to my first photography love : families! I must admit I have started to really enjoy in-home sessions, everyone is just so much more relaxed and I think it does show in the images. This sweet family lives in the heart of Cape Town and just love how these came…

  • Eierdopput

    Postcards from our family farm in the Northern Cape.

  • Putsonderwater

    This ghost town is also close to where I grew up in the Northern Cape – the colours is what I love most.

  • Draghoender

    Another of my must visit places when I go back to the Northern Cape… This hotel was located next to the Draghoender train station (the same station that was used in the beginning to transport goods for the building of the Boegoeberg Dam & canals). It sure was a grand place in the old days,…

  • Swartland

    Black & White really captures the essence of the Swartland so well   Yashica Mat 124g // medium format

  • Boegoeberg

    This series of images lies very close to my heart – I grew up 10km from this cemetary and the people who are buried here came to our part of the world around 1929. The government decided that to help alleviate the unemployment during the Depression years that they now needed to build the Boegoeberg…

  • Kalahari

    The Kalahari and it’s magical trees.   Captured on a medium format Yashica Mat 124g camera

  • LOMO Stilbaai

    My other home is Stilbaai, one of the places where I have made so many special memories.

  • LOMO Karoo

    I was born and raised in the Northern Cape, and it still has a very special place in my heart. Winter time is usually when I get to go back and be on the farm, here is a few snap shots of life in the Karoo.   Diana Mini Lomography 35mm film  

  • Loco Lomo

    The craziest series of images taken on our family farm in the Northern Cape as well as here at home in the Swartland. It was shot with one of the most unpredictable little Holga’s that I borrowed from a friend.