Communities Wellness Solutions

This is a story about a community, about a man’s faith in his community and how we met. In 2017 I had total bilateral hip replacement surgery, I was born with a disorder where at age 42 both my thigh bones were cut off and replaced with a mechanism. It would take me altogether two […]

Gregor & Simone at Delaire Graff

“I have known you for years. Everyone says you were beautiful when you were young, but I want to tell you I think you’re more beautiful now then then. Rather than your face as a young woman, I prefer your face as it is now. Ravaged.” – Marguerite Duras Credits: Quote: Marguerite Duras Photography: Kristina Stojiljkovic […]

Education in Africa

It is beautiful what can be achieved with a strong will and help from forward thinking people. I love this movie. It is based on a true story about Kimani Maruge, an 84 year old Kenyan farmer. Maruge is the oldest person to attend primary school. He was invited to present a speech before the international […]

They move in mysterious ways

I am not a natural mom. I am a dreamer, an idealist, a romantic at heart and always on the go. Since 16 I have immersed myself into photography. Traveling, long working hours and the upbeat tempo of my industry left no room for children. I made no excuses for being in my 40’s and still […]

How to play like a child

https://youtu.be/TuLX50_5UAI Our daughter is almost two and in this short space of time I have realised she is the toughest human I know. She is always falling but keeps trying the same thing until she succeeds. When she comes across something new she doesn’t reject it and in her alien language tries to communicate back. […]

Khayelitsha with Earthchild

Janna Kretzmar is an inspiring, young woman who devotes her time to help youth through wellness and health with yoga and growing edible gardens, amongst other activities. Her vision developed into the model called Earthchild Project for schools of the underdeveloped areas of the Cape. Few years ago I met Janna by a coincidence through volunteering […]