Photography

Photo Series of Durban Beachfront by Rebecca Buxton

Photo Series of Durban Beachfront by Rebecca Buxton

Durban-based photographer and graphic designer Rebecca Buxton has released a photo series dubbed Hot days and cool vibes delving into the Durban experience. In this series she explores the culture and vibrancy of Durban culture through a photo series of the city’s beachfront. The warm colouration of the photos speaks to […]

Unscrambling Africa – changing views of African cities

Unscrambling Africa – changing views of African cities

Unscrambling Africa is a project dreamed up by a group of friends to document African urbanity. Kenyan-born Josh Kisamwa and Mutua Matheka, along with Joe Were and Lulu Kitolo, raised funds through a Kickstarter campaign (watch the video here) to launch an epic road trip to a number of African cities. […]

Starry 80’s Inspired Shoot

Starry 80’s Inspired Shoot

Starry 80’s-Inspired Shoot Read through this beautiful write-up on Luke Nelson, a South African photographer, where he takes us through his background, inspirations and future aspirations. About Luke Nelson Luke Nelson is a Cape Town-based photographer and filmmaker. He recently shot a starry 80’s inspired campaign for Cape Town-based brand, […]

Thembela “Nymless” Ngayi and Organized Crime

Thembela “Nymless” Ngayi and Organized Crime

A passion for photography and the power of visual storytelling   Thembela Ngayi aka “Nymless”, is a portrait photographer and the founder of Organized Crime, a collective space for creatives. His aim for this is to provide a showcase for African stories and a platform for artistic exploration. Themba also […]

AMY BRAAF – DREAMER, WRITER AND ARTIST

AMY BRAAF – DREAMER, WRITER AND ARTIST

A self-proclaimed “half child, half ancient”, Amy Braaf is a qualified filmmaker whose passion for visual documentary spills over into her love of photography. Travelling through Asia with only a backpack and her camera, she has documented the sights and experiences of her explorations in countries such as Vietnam, Japan […]

Umlindelo wamaKholwa: Sabelo Mlangeni’s zionism photography

Umlindelo wamaKholwa: Sabelo Mlangeni’s zionism photography

Umlindelo wamaKholwa which refers to an all-night prayer vigil is photographer, Sabelo Mlangeni’s latest photography exhibition at the Wits Art Museum.  It explores belonging and identity in one of Southern Africa’s largest religious groups, the Zionist church which is believed to have up to15 million members. Being a member of […]