One of SA’s top artists, Bill McGill celebrates 80 years of Watercolours

This year marks a very special exhibition by one of SA’s leading artists as the year 2014 sees him celebrate his 80th birthday. Born in Greytown on 16th May 1934, Bill has lived in Rustenburg since 1944 when the population was some 3600 souls, with mostly gravel roads and a population that relied not so […]

Olifantsnek, a part of the Magaliesburg mountain range

Since I have been doing a lot of trail running in the past few months, I have re-discovered something that has always been on my doorstep but never utilised properly until now- The Magaliesburg mountain range which lies in close proximity to my home. I decided to do a blog on this to hopefully draw […]

Steve and Christa Lee’s Wedding

I was fotunate enough to be able to document the marriage of Steve and Christa over the weekend of the 23rd of November. I was not the official photog on the wedding day, but I think after a few more weddings I will be able to shoot one all by myself!  This has been a […]


Whether its a child’s birthday party with loads of balloons, cake and clowns  or a more formal 60th- be sure that images of all your celebrations, speeches and cutting of the cake will be retained as beautiful memories.   PACKAGE 1   Shooting of the entire event from start to finish. Inclusive of: speeches, dancing, […]

A short history of Olifantsnek

Published 18 May 2012, Rustenburg Herald. Olifantsnek, 15kms out of Rustenburg, first gained recognition dating back to 1900 during the Anglo-Boer war.  The mountains around Rustenburg form a part of some of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Magaliesburg. During the time of the early Trek-boers, the only accessible route from the westward […]

Yossi’s Cafe

I recently had the pleasure of visiting an upbeat Moroccan cafe in Glenwood Durban. Their sustained reputation for featuring in the top 30 Durban restaurants had my friends and I thoroughly enjoying our evening.  We unwittingly arrived on their 8th birthday bash, which was celebrated in a ‘Hobo Street Party’ style. Deco was outstanding- from […]

Kilimanjaro Day 1: The Situation

Tanzania, home to Kilimanjaro, a giant stratovolcano peaking at 5895 meters above sea level. Comprised of 3 peaks: Kibo, Mawenzi and Shira; the latter two are extinct while Kibo still lies dormant. Out of its crater Kibo emits gas and molten magma lies a mere 400m below its summit. Uhuru peak is the highest point […]

Kilimanjaro Day 2: Moshi

Uhuru and Mawenzi The seven of us departed Oliver Tambo airport on the 30th September 2011 at 21:00, bound for Dar es Salaam. Actually the time of departure was about a half-hour later. David and Pierre were summoned several times over the intercom whilst at the pub. They were well on their way to not […]