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I’ve always ‘liked’ photography, but it is only lately that I’ve taken a keen interest in pursuing it with more vigour. My father used to develop his own photos at home and as a young boy I spent hours in the studios at the media company my mother worked for. The digital age has made things a lot easier and processing software even more so, but it is still up to the person holding the camera to capture the subject at the right time or place.

The Karoo has been a source of great inspiration for me. It presents the observer who takes a bit of time to absorb all it has to offer with unique and breathtaking sights. It is there, in the solitude of its endless landscapes that you often find true peace. To quote Ansel Adams, the great American landscape photographer whose work I really admire, “A photograph is usually looked at – seldom looked into.” The latter part is what I hope to achieve with my work in years to come.

My Story

Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment.

Ansel Adams

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