We speak to Riaan Botha, music aficionado and the man behind events company, Broaden A New Sound, to find out what it’s like having a day job that’s all about nights out.
Series: My Day Job - Creative Careers
Vincent Truter’s company Cycology, imports finely tuned electric bicycles and crafts experiences around cycling. On a broader scale Cycology is a culture, a viewpoint and a movement that passionately inspires a life on two wheels.
Beginning her journey at a young age, Jessica Shepherd was around 10 years old when she decided that her future was in food. She pursued this through her studies at the Institute of Culinary Arts in Stellenbosch, and it was also here that Jessica and her husband Luke opened […]
As little as 10 years ago, the very idea of the Maboneng Precinct as it is today (and what it’s fast becoming) would have seemed an impossible feat to most. But to Jonathan Liebmann, after returning home from a trip abroad and missing the urban lifestyle he was able to live there, the area was alive with possibilities. We had the opportunity to ask Jonathan a few questions to learn more about his exciting journey so far.
He’s young and passionate about technology, Africa and creative solutions. Meet founder of Geekulcha, King of the “Geeks” and vibrant tech entrepreneur, Mixo Ngoveni.
Mia Ziervogel is the editor and owner of Dossier Magazine – a publication that she started over 7 years ago with the aim of bringing something timeless and lasting to the magazine world.
Geraldine is a jeweller, and works out of the popular Parkhurst store, Tinsel. She specialises in one-of-a-kind pieces, but also creates beautiful ranges that reflect her fancies and aesthetic.
Maria Fidel Regueros is the curator and part owner of ROOM, a small, but significant exhibition space in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
See-Saw-Do is a Cape Town based social enterprise using their design skills for good. They create engaging and visual-centred environments where children in underprivileged communities can develop and learn.
Jason Hobbs is an Information Architect and User Experience Designer. He’s got a lot to say on the subject, and regularly does so when he presents papers at UX conferences around the world.
Andrea Burgener is at the heart and in the kitchen of Joburg’s favourite eatery, The Leopard. She is well known for her creative approach, which extends well beyond the culinary, infusing her décor flair, and restaurant’s ethos.
Candice Wyatt-Minter is an award winning and internationally recognised hairdresser. Her cuts are distinct and unique, and can be seen gracing the heads of all the who’s who of Joburg’s most stylish trendsetters.
The Zamani Project is a team doing some amazing work recording and digitalizing heritage sites and structures for future generations.
The Grrrl is Inka Kendzia, an award winning animation director for her motion graphic design studio, IIIEIIIE, by day and by night, a VJ.
Rust Co-Operative is a Cape Town based independent theatre company, founded and managed by Philip Rademeyer and Penny Youngleson. We caught up with them recently to find out about their day job and upcoming shows.