The Deconstructive Home

March 30, 2016

Every once and a while I am fortunate enough to photograph a masterpiece home. Christof Albertyn is an Architect who’s won numerous awards for the design of his buildings all over the world. He was the first to bring Deconstructive Architecture into South Africa, a style that is “characterized by unpredictability and controlled chaos“. I was […]


Improving Customer Service

March 26, 2016

I went to buy my wife some contact lenses the other day. It was safer for me to drive and collect than to put her on the road with hardly any sight without them. I bought two packs, the same strength. 30 each, for each eye, so it’ll last her a month. Great, let’s check […]


How to get new clients in South Africa

March 11, 2016

So we’re surely having an interesting time in South Africa. The economy is not what it is supposed to be and we’re all very aware of the way we spend our money the act of getting through it, if we ever do, is to be survivalist down to the core. This is beneficial to the […]


The TomTom Bandit Action Camera

January 15, 2016

I recently had a good conversation with Jack Parow about the gear he uses when on tour. The one item he kept coming back to was the TomTom Bandit Action Camera so I did some research. I was quite impressed, and you might think that it’s just a competitor to the action cameras like Gopro’s […]

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Light – the 52mp, 16 lens-in-one Camera

December 21, 2015

Light is a rather unknown company that is bringing a camera that looks very similar to a smartphone. Yet, it differs in one massive way to what we currently have as cameras, and that is that it has 16 cameras and sensors, and merges each sensor’s captured image to create a 52 megapixel image, and […]


A Smart Helmet with Rearview Camera

December 21, 2015

According to a video found on Tech Insider, we will soon have a smart helmet that gives you information on your helmet-visor about what’s going on behind you. You therefore don’t have to look back ever, and you don’t even need your mirrors either. It can integrate with Google maps so you have navigation, as […]


DJI Releases a Camera That Shows Heat Distribution

December 21, 2015

DJI, the world’s most well-known Quadcopter and gymbal manufacturer has brought a camera that you can attach to your Inspire 1 Drone. The camera is geared to show heat distribution. It sounds pretty simple, but if you look at it’s application, the possibilities are endless. Farmers can use it to analyse the irrigation of their […]

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Snapscan integrates with WordPress

December 21, 2015

It’s happened. Snapscan, the Smartphone payment app has integrated with WordPress. This is surely to change the way you purchase online. No more entering of the Credit Card details. All you do is snap the QR code, and it’s done. This saves time, features as a credit card transaction rather than cash out of your account, […]

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Ideas Want To Be Free

August 13, 2015

Ever had an epic idea, so good that you thought it was going to revolutionise everybody in the world’s world? You’ve probably had many of these. Second question, how many has come to fruition? If only some, don’t you think that those ideas should be shared, so that other can build it and give it […]


The Power of Pocket

August 11, 2015

If you haven’t started using Pocket, you really should. It’s an app on your phone and a small extension (read: Button) for your browser that saves all the articles you can’t read at that very second but really want to, to a platform that gives you those article in a very smart, legible way. On […]


If This Then That or IFTTT

August 6, 2015

There is a website that allows you to automate simple actions. I use it everyday without actually using it every day. It’s actually such a powerful tool that I don’t think my day would be the same without it. Just say the girl you like posts a photo on Instagram and you don’t want to […]


Centralised Sales and Marketing Driver

August 6, 2015

I’ve worked for a raw materials supply company, and I’ve done sales for a plastics manufacturer on a national basis in South Africa. What I’ve noticed is that the sales position is a rather isolated function, and the sales team is rather left on their own, with


DJI 3 – I Want One

April 9, 2015

I had the DJI Phantom 2 and sold it because the upgrade to get video on your iPhone was an additional R10000. Now, with the Phantom 3, it’s included, and it seems as though this model is a lot more sophisticated, letting you focus on the vision. Check out the video to see what  you […]

What You Do And How You Do It

April 8, 2015

I was at a launch of a friend’s new album which was a pleasure to experience. Many friends were there, some I haven’t seen for a long time, so it was good to reflect on life now and where it has taken us. I’m a creative person. I do a lot of different things in […]


Our House in Paarl, South Africa

July 30, 2014

Some photographs I took of our house in Paarl. There are some beautiful memories made here. It’s a spectacular house to experience, to live in.  

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Travel photography – Analog vs. Digital

July 30, 2014

So my wife and I have made it to Amsterdam and after a month we’re now half-way through our trip before we leave for Iceland, Paris and then head back to Cape Town. Here’s a list of what I’ve learnt along the way with regards to photography while travelling:   In the Bag Analogue camera […]

The Disappearance of Darkness

July 20, 2014

A documentary and book about the end of Film photography as we know it.  In this instance, photography is subject, a captured moment in time. All though sad, it’s wonderfully done by Robert Burley.


When visiting Amsterdam for longer than a month

July 20, 2014

  A quick run through the things I’ve learnt while staying in Amsterdam for just over two months. Some might sound obvious, but I’m sure you’ll pick up something you didn’t think about. Get a place to rent on a monthly basis. It just works out a lot cheaper than a daily rate. We use […]

20,000 Days on Earth – Official Trailer

July 20, 2014

This trailer looks as bad ass as Nick Cave and his Bad Seeds. Can’t wait. The guy lives his art, his passion. Quote I take from it:

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