South Africa    &    Portugal

Cape Town Season cut short but a season to celebrate none-the-less

In our job there are a number of variables. Lighting, styling, mood, budget, direction, flow, time constraints, human interaction and problem solving and of course a few things like weather to contend with. We could certainly not control the Corona virus abruptly ending our Cape Town season, but we can reflect on all the good work we did during the season.

We do have a say in how we’d like to do things, especially for the environment. What we did this last season in Cape Town was do a beach clean up every time we shot on one. Hiring at least 2 or 3 people in addition, to assist our teams with this. We vow to achieve this every time we shoot on a beach. After all, we want to leave a location better than we found it!!

Beach cleanup for shoots
Just goes to show what it takes to make a beautiful picture

We’ve also put together a few boards of some of our work done in Cape Town recently. Advertising and Fashion. More to follow soon.

Julia Werner shoot for Animoda in Cape Town

Astrid Grosser shoot for Weleda in Cape Town

Kristen Schuller shoot for Breuninger in Cape Town

Justin Polkey shoot for Little Mistress in Cape Town