Daughters of Africa A series of portraits and interviews with four matriarchs from rural Eastern Cape, South Africa, describing what being an African woman means to them. PUBLISHED WORK Fair Lady: Daughters (pdf)
Cleaner Production The disposal of waste has become a critical management issue on a global level. I was tasked with documenting the cleaner production processes practiced by the Namibian Department of Environmental Affairs around disposal of waste and monitoring processes.
Africa! Ignite Living in rural and remote parts of South Africa comes with extensive social issues, including gender and maternal health. I spent a month traveling through rural KwaZulu-Natal capturing images and stories of mothers, grandmothers and children.
The Clothing Bank Over a period of three months, I travelled through rural and peri-urban South Africa capturing stories and portraits of remarkable women, mostly mothers, who are running their own businesses through The Clothing Bank. The objective was to portray the remarkable resilience of these women and showcase the positive social and economic impact … Read More
Burning Bright These portraits of women, captured while travelling through rural KwaZulu-Natal, accompanied the stories of Burning Bright: Extraordinary women of KwaZulu-Natal, by Wilna Botha. The coffee-table book showcases twelve extraordinary women of different ages, cultures and walks of life and pays tribute to women as the strong glue that holds societies together. PUBLISHED WORK … Read More
Room to Breathe These images showcase the academic research, clinical trials and new treatment solutions carried out by the University of Cape Town’s Lung Institute to tackle related illnesses, including TB, HIV and allergy related disorders. PUBLISHED WORK Chapel Street Booklet (pdf)
Where Rainbows Meet The community of Vrygrond, Cape Town, is well known as crime-ridden and plagued by various social issues. These images showcase the work of NGO, Where Rainbows Meet, who provide valuable services and programmes in the area.
Home from home Home from Home is an organisation that places displaced, abandoned and vulnerable children in small and loving family homes. Spending time documenting these loving environments came with a deep learning about sensitivity around what children need to thrive and develop. PUBLISHED WORK Home from home (pdf)
Bridging Waters Transboundary water management in Southern Africa takes on political, social and environmental dynamics, a fine balancing act of partnership and transaction. From grassroots communities to political decision makers. Spending time with people and landscapes, affected by the management of their rivers, opened up debate around sustainability and growth. This body of work required … Read More
Street talking These images portray the early stages of emerging telecommunications in Africa, captured on the streets of Kigali, Rwanda, while keenly watching people on their phones. The photos were used by Telecom TV, UK, as part of a reportage on global cell usage in 2007.