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May 11, 2010
In 2006 artist, Jason de Caires Taylor created the world's first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies and Cancun, Mexico. He gets asked 'Why would you put sculptures underwater?' Well personally, I don't see why not, is it not just a new viewing platform, a gallery with a much larger range of distance and angles to view from? This is one thing that could convince me to dig through my cupboards to pull out my old PADI certification and dive again. I mean, fish and coral are beautiful and all, but this to me is quite magical and mysterious. More

May 10, 2010

Last month I shot my first full length wedding... SOLO! Thank you to Em & Geoff for entrusting me with capturing their momentous occasion!

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May 07, 2010
34 days until the world comes to South Africa to celebrate in the name of football. I've always been very proud of my country and especially my most beautiful hometown, Cape Town.  I gained more perspective on our unique cultures, diversities, spirit and beauty when I had the opportunity to live in the UK for a few years. Since I've returned, I've been inspired to create some fun illustrations of the places in Cape Town we are all such fans of. They are currently being sold as postcards in various art & bookshops in the city and this morning I opened the paper to find an article by Antjie Krog, acclaimed author and poet, comparing an original representation of the Cape in 1777 to my postcard of 2010! Here are some excerpts from her article: ‘The Vendors at the traffic ...
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