Photography became my full-time career in 2000. Before this, I’d worked for more than a decade in environmental management, with photography as a creative passion.
I started out as a landscape photographer, spending much time in the beautiful Drakensberg mountains of South Africa, and soon progressed to architectural and interior photography, where the mountains morphed into buildings and the harmonious nature of the landscape seamlessly melded into the balanced symmetry of architectural ambitions.
It’s an ongoing artistic opportunity to effectively communicate the vision of the architect. I strive to successfully convey the beauty of design and form, and do justice to the intersecting planes of materials, textures, colours and light. The pursuit of an interesting perspective or angle that at first is not obvious is extremely satisfying.