Born on new-years day in the small mining town, Utrecht in Natal, South Africa, I have lived in various places in South Africa, Rotterdam and London. I discovered my passion for photography in 1999 and have since been developing my style from black and white film to digital.
After living in Cape Town for 10 years, I exchanged city life for 2.5 years of traditional life amongst the amaXhosa people in the rural Transkei. I formed a close bond with the people and worked on my most important project up to date entitled 'Madiba’s People'. Focusing on natural portraits of the amaXhosa People in the townships and the rural Transkei homelands.
In 2016 I had the opportunity to work on a three month project about migration in the Swiss Alps, which was showcased on several exhibitions and featured in the L'Alpe magazine.
Currently I am living in Hanoi, Vietnam, developing a new project of 'street stories'.