I was Born in Cape Town and relocated to the Eastern Cape at the age of 8. I studied photography at the NMMU and graduated with a B-Tech Degree in 2003. My first solo show was held at Dirt Contemporary in Cape Town in 2004 as part of a residency programme and since then I have been part of numerous group-exhibitions in Cape Town and abroad, including Sasol New Signatures and a digital display at the Louvre, Paris. I am currently living and working in Cape Town, running a part-time photographic school called School of Light while working on various art projects.
I work quite intuitively, always trying to be truthful and sensitive to the subject matter. I enjoy juxtaposing elements which are out of their context together; and the tension that this creates. I also love the awkwardness that springs out of the imposed relationship between these objects. My style changes often and am a firm believer of spontaneity and following your intuition.