Daughters of Africa

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)

Africa! Ignite

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.

Burning Bright

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


Keiskamma Keiskamma Trust is a non-profit organisation established in 2001 in Hamburg, Eastern Cape, South Africa, responding to surrounding communities living in poverty, experiencing high levels of unemployment and suffering from repeated political onslaughts for 250 years. I have developed a close relationship with the community of Hamburg and been making photographs with them since … Read More

Into the great wide

Into the great wide Traveling on horseback through the mountain-kingdom of Lesotho, I spent time living alongside a Basotho community where I captured eco-tourism activities and community engagement in the local tourism sector. PUBLISHED WORK Discover Travel (pdf)

Kingdom of eSwatini

Kingdom of eSwatini eSwatini, (formerly known as Swaziland) is a dynamic environmental, social and cultural mix. This photo story showcases images of the kingdom’s natural wildlife and flora and the country’s unique art, customs and community, providing an in-depth account of the country’s diversity. PUBLISHED WORK Leisure Travel (pdf)

Lake of Stars

Lake of Stars A body of work talking to Malawi’s multifarious eco-tourism and cultural industry, these photographs were used for numerous travel features. PUBLISHED WORK Rhythm Nations (pdf)

Saving Mussels

Saving Mussels Diminishing species of mussels has a harsh knock-on effect for both the ocean and the communities who rely on it for economic survival. This body of work, captured in one of South Africa’s most rural and remote coastal towns, Coffee Bay, showcases the efforts by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and local women … Read More