Shipping & Returns
Delivery on all orders will be made as soon as possible. Please allow 7 to 14 days. Delivery times stated are not a full guarantee and are based on approximations. All prints are made to order. This involves the print being shipped from my printer to me for checking and signing, then posted onwards to the customer. If there is any delay you will be notified immediately. Items are packaged accordingly with appropriate protection. If you need the item urgently please get in contact and we will do our absolute best to accommodate you.
Countries of Delivery
The prints will ship to all major International cities. If you have any concerns please do not hesitate to get in touch.
For Signed First Class UK deliveries Royal Mail’s Small parcel service is used, which takes roughly 1-3 days for delivery. Royal Mail will deliver Monday to Saturday but that excludes any UK bank holidays. All European and rest of the world shipments are with Royal Mail’s International Tracked & Signed parcel service, which takes roughly 5-10 days for delivery.
If the product arrives damaged, please document it and contact as soon as possible so a replacement can be issued free of charge, the damaged product must be returned. Returns or exchange are non negotiable except for in the case of damage to the item during shipping.
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Born in Cape Town and raised in Germany,
I’m a London-based advertising photographer - shooting globally. My Afro-European perspective and passion for travel, has generated ongoing creative collaborations with leading Ad agencies around the world.
It was my extensive travel in Africa that fueled my passion for landscapes and natural environments in my early photographic work. My ongoing creative experimentation is inspired by my love for creating a powerful and emotional narrative.
My creative style for both my personal and commissioned work, aims to capture a diverse and authentic study of the human form at its most compelling moments. Some of my ongoing personal projects include a series of portraits from various African tribes, the study forms part of a wider project focusing on sub cultures throughout Africa and the way they express themselves through movement and dance.
Embassy Tea Gallery, London’16
Stronghold Gallery, Tokyo’16
Napier University, Edinburgh’15
Oriel Colwyn Gallery, North Wales’15
Fuse Art Space, Bradford’15
For Corner, London’14
The Beaney, Canterbury’14
Cheltenham Art Gallery’14
Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh’14
National Portrait Gallery “13
Selected Group Exhibition “Emotion” (Holland, Germany, China, United Kingdom,
Switzerland, United States)’10/’11
Selected Group Exhibition “sample” UK ‘08
Selected Group Exhibition “outbreak” UK ‘08
Solo Exhibition “backstage with principal dancers” UK ‘06,
American Photography’ 35,’31,’30,’29
Communication Arts, “Award of Excellence” ’13,’10,’09
Hasselblad Masters ‘11/’10/’09
Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize ’13,’20
Master Cup, Sports Category 2 nominations ‘11,
Black & White Spider Awards ‘13
GoSee Awards’14 Merit Samburu Project
Sunday Times, Saturday Times, British Journal of Photography, Victor Magazine, Grazia, Arena, 125 Magazine.
Amnesty International, Adidas, Asics, Berghaus, Boeing, Bentley, Chevrolet, Credit Swisse, CitizenM, English National Ballet, Etihad, Ford, Fortum, FedEx, GMC, Guinness, Jordan, HSBC, HBO, ITV, Jose Cuervo, Kappahl, Kopparberg, Lexus, Mercedes, Molton Brown, Nike, Nissan, Nivea, Nokia, Pfizer, Playstation, Pampero, Remy Martin, Tottenham Hotspur, Triumph, Tresiba, Specsavers, Sky-Sports, Sports Direct, Under Armour, Virgin, Vodafone, Volvo,
Boys &Girls, Mc Cann Erickson, Sudler and Hennessy, Y&R, TBWA, P&G, CHI, Ogilvy, Saatchi, Euro RSG, KesselsKramer, Make Amsterdam, Juice, 18feet and Rising,