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Event – Rock a Baby | Braamfontein

At the end of September I had a stand at the Rock a Baby Fair. The fair was held at the same location as the Neighbour Goods Market. There were a range of exhibitors including baby clothes, baby accessories, photographer, caterers and more. I was asked to capture the event. Walking around the fair it was amazing to see all the amazing items on sale. It was a wonderful day and I cannot wait for the next one....

Event – Balkan Burger | Neighbour Goods Market

 I am doing a series of photo shoots for Balkan Burger Рif you missed the first one click here. Balkan Burger are at Neighbour Goods Market every Saturday selling their succulent burgers to the masses (and I mean masses Рthey are so popular and everyone wants their burgers). This Saturday why not go down to the Market and grab a burger (Hot or Not) and enjoy the festivites. You will find Balkan Burger in the left hand corner Рtrust me you will not be disappointed....

Event – Barista Jam Cramers Coffee | Joburg

Barista pouring frothy milk

On Friday night Ross and I went off to Cramers Coffee to join their Barista Jam (an event they held for the Joburg City Festival). Cramers Coffee is a great little coffee shop based just off Harisson street in town. Judging by their location these guys must be super busy in the mornings with all the bankers and workers getting their caffeine fix in the morning. Before the battle of the Baristas started the owner of Cramers was helping his 5 year old son make a coffee. It was the most precious thing watching a dad and son operate a “machine” together. What was even better was the joy on...

24 March 2012

My mom is in town ūüôā So we took her along with my in laws to the Neighbour Good Market¬†. That place is so good for my soul – beautiful food, lovely music and relaxed atmosphere. Click here to see pictures from my last trip to the market. Go to¬†Lauren Kim Photography¬†to see more of my work....

Event – Neighbour Goods Market | Braamfontein

South Africa is a diverse and amazing country – full of incredible cities and small towns. Johannesburg in my opinion is not given enough credit for the amazing things you can do in the vibrant city. If you are in the city on a Saturday morning head down to Juta Street in town to the Neighbour Goods Market. A market full of beautiful mouth watering food produce. (http://www.neighbourgoodsmarket.co.za) This market is good for your soul – you will leave feeling very full, happy and relaxed. Do yourself a favour and head down to this market – you wont be sorry....