Our final list as part of Photography Month is a forward looking one focused on long-term and ongoing photographic projects – some of them have just begun, others have spanned entire photographic careers and a few are now complete.
People: Guy Neveling
A meditation on light through the eyes of local photographers, ordered from AM to PM to show light in a few of its infinitely varying stages and forms.
On Wednesday 11 March we’re hosting another Show & Tell in Cape Town. This edition focusses on the art of image-making and a few local photographers will share the creative process behind their work.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
We turn the spotlight on the words that accompany the pictures and re-read the insightful, funny, honest, informative and inspiring interviews that we loved from 2014.
A look at the winning projects and campaigns that won the biggest honours of the Loerie Awards 2014; Craft Gold, Gold and Grand Prix.
Main Road, Cape Town is long and diverse – starting in the city, winding through some grungy parts followed by leafy suburbs and lastly, making its way onto the coastal stretch of Cape Point. Guy Neveling and Paul Cocks have been walking this characterful stretch since 2013, sometimes together […]
District Six Museum Print Campaign | 60 000 Stories That Will Never Be Demolished Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town have created a print campaign to promote the Walking Tours at the District Six Museum. The agency says: “During the apartheid years, the government forcibly removed […]
This newly released awareness campaign for the National Sea Rescue Institute was done pro bono by Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town.
Main Road Chronicles is an ongoing street photography project by Guy Neveling and Paul Cocks. Sometimes walking together but mostly hitting the road on their own, Guy and Paul shoot with Main Road, Cape Town as their subject.
It’s not everyday you get assigned to roam Mauritius for 5 days and can call it a job. Freelance designer Brian Bainbridge called on South African photographer Guy Neveling and his assistant Paul Cocks to do just that.
Guy Neveling, acclaimed South African photographer, visited Portugal recently and documented his stay.