Burnt Earth Designs...

I had such a fun time with Burnt Earth Designs recently! They manufacture bespoke clay mosaics in Harare. The sheer creativity and devotion that goes into each ceramic piece is amazing, and the results are breathtaking! I was lucky enough to get to photograph a variety of Burnt Earth installations recently, and you can see for yourself how stunning they are below.

Now these amazing installations would not be possible without being able to implement that creative vision in the workshop. Each piece is hand made from scratch by a small, talented team in their Harare worksop.

Possibly even more impressive than the team at the workshop is the team at the studio who make the ceramic pots, cups and cutlery using a potters wheel. The skill, practice and patience required to create the beautiful results is a pleasure to watch!

Zimbabwe's Pharmaceutical leaders...

A few months ago I was asked by Pharmanova, one of Zimbabwe’s leading pharmaceutical manufacturers to create some images for their website and marketing materials. The brief included shots of the manufacturing and packaging process, the quality control aspect in the lab as well as staff working and some of their products in a retail space. Pharmanova run their operations to a world class standard and so the images I created had to showcase that to the best of their ability. I feel I did Pharmanova justice!

Electrosales Chiredzi

I have been working closely with Electrosales Hardware this year and was recently tasked with photographing their branch in Chiredzi for their website and marketing activities. The brief was to capture general shots of the store as well as staff doing their thing, and I think the pictures speak for themselves!

Power to the Shoe

I bought a new pair of shoes recently, and of course being the diehard photographer that I am I couldn’t miss the opportunity to photograph the shoes in my studio! I wanted to show off the great detail on the bottom of the shoes and so used some raking light from quite an acute angle to emphasise the shape and texture. Once I was happy with the lighting on the shoe I shot the shoe on black and then used a variety of gels on the background to create a pop of colour. Which one is your favourite?

Soapy studio shoot...

I am very grateful to the Willowton group for allowing me the opportunity to have so much fun in the studio with such a common household item! Who knew that bars of soap could be such fun to shoot? Throw in a few pieces of coloured paper and the game changes completly! Which one is your favourite?

Strauss Logistics...

Strauss Logistics, one of Zimbabwe’s largest bulk fuel transporters, asked me to help them with some images for their corporate website. The brief was to capture a variety of images of operations at their main depot which included; people at work throughout the various departments, trucks in the yard as well as aerial images of the premises and vehicles. I am very happy with the results which you can see below!

Helping develop Zimbabwe's communities....

During my career as a professional photographer I have been fortunate enough to work with some exceptional organisations and corporates dedicated to uplifting Zimbabwean communities through their Corporate Social Responsibility and community development programmes. Covering these programmes has taken me all over Zimbabwe and I have been fortunate enough to meet some amazing people in areas I had never travelled to before. I always walk away from a trip inspired by the efforts of both the communities and the organisations running the development programmes.

Architectural and Planning Studio...

I have working with the talented team at APS for a few years now photographing all their superb architectural projects around Zimbabwe and southern Africa. Recently I had the opportunity to photograph two of their most recent projects; a renovation of a private residence’s verandah and kitchen as well as the construction of a new school classroom block. Check out the awesome results below!