Johannesburg Portrait Photographer


Event – St. Stithians Matric Dance | Bryanston

There is something so exciting about a matric dance. The men looking handsome in their tailored suits and shiny shoes and the girls looking breathtaking in their dresses with their hair and makeup done immaculately. It is so different from any other fancy dress up event, there is an energy and excitement that no other event has. I love seeing the girls dresses. I was asked to take photographs of the couples at their predrinks before they left for the Matric Dance at St. Stithians. These were a great bunch of boys – I was very impressed to see how well they looked after their dates during the evening but still...

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18 May 2012

Johannesburg Wedding Photographer, Johannesburg Wedding photographs, Trash the Dress Parkhurst, Northern Suburbs, Outdoor Beauty, Boob tube Dress

My friend from yesterdays shoot asked me to do a trash the dress for her. Of course I said YES – who wouldn’t when you have a beautiful, fun, spontaneous model to work with. We went to Delta Park (My all time favourite) and played in the rivers and lay in the grass. We laughed so much at all the attention we were getting – a man nearly fell his bike while riding past cause he was starring at us so much. When we were walking back to the car – an elderly man walked past us and said “you are Rocking your Frock” so this was not a Trash...

Personal – Chalkboard Cafe | Johannesburg

Newtown Cafe, Jozi attractions, Johannesburg Photographer, South Africa Amazing Photographer, Jhb black and white photo, Freelance Photographer johannesburg, Spontaneous Event Photos, Natural Photo Braamfontein

To me, all beer tastes the same, “like beer”, but apparently there is quite a lot to appreciate and many different ways of making our national drink. In an effort to promote the microbrewery industry of Johannesburg, a cafe-come-pub in the Jo’burg city centre has started a hunt for the best “unknown” beer in the area. The Chalkboard Cafe in Fox Street has a lot to offer – It’s a vibey venue in an area gaining in popularity, with its neighbours being the Pata-Pata restaurant, the Bioscope and the weekly Arts on Main and Market on Main. On the eve of Human Rights Day, Chalkboard Cafe hosted round 1 of...