SURF SHACK PORTRAITS || Y&R CT

The resulting ‘True Stories’ campaign features four executions, titled ‘Salt heals all wounds’, ‘The sea teaches you to stand up for yourself’, ‘The cure for addiction is another addiction’, and ‘It took an ocean to dissolve her anger’ For more information about the Surfshack Surf

February 21st, 2017|Blog, Design, Personal Work|

A FRIENDS’ HOME

What an absolute joy it was to photograph this magnificent gem. Blessed with stunning views and a very clever architect with a strong understanding of what the owners desired, this house against the mountain pretty much used 70% of it’s originally existing floorpan. Arnold

January 11th, 2017|Blog, Design, Personal Work|

AFRIKA BURN 2016

The Roman numeral that signifies the number 10, and the letter X that represents an open signifier. It’s a time for both a backward reflection and an imagining of possibilities and futures. With the tenth incarnation of Tankwa Town in 2016, contemplate a decade

December 20th, 2016|Afrika Burn, Blog, Events, Personal Work|

AFRIKA BURN 2015

This year’s theme, “The Gift”, underpins the sharing and neo-socialist culture. “This year’s theme asks to us to contemplate the gift. As Marx would have it, to look beyond the object to the myriad of elements that make the object happen… What is art?

December 19th, 2016|Afrika Burn, Blog, Events, Personal Work|

AFRIKA BURN 2014

  Standing watch over the Binnekring was this year’s Clan – a manifestation of the theme The Trickster – a giant mechanic hare. The crew’s rationale for the piece describe it as: “A synthesis of opposites: the duality of nature/technology; light/dark; male/female; life/death. The

December 21st, 2016|Afrika Burn, Blog, Design, Events, Personal Work|

AFRIKA BURN 2008

Africa Burns Creative Projects (AfrikaBurn) was created in 2007 as a Not-For-Profit Company, with the intention that it would serve as a vehicle for the creation and co-ordination of an independent South African Burning Man regional event. AfrikaBurn was originally conceived by Paul Jorgensen.

December 19th, 2016|Afrika Burn, Blog, Events, Personal Work|