Finally after a long time I have created a blog.
With many exciting developments in my photography work as well as new opportunities and a flow of ideas that I would like to talk about and hopefully get some feed back on.

I strongly believe in the human relationship aspect in photography and the importance of it in telling the stories of individuals and societies either by directly capturing people or by the perception and influence of people to their environment.

  I thought it would be appropriate to have my first blog entry featuring my first public presentation of my first completed art project “The Rubber Chicken” at the Gulf Photo Plus Slidefest VII event on 16 May 2012. The Rubber Chicken is about capturing the inner child and dropping the mask of seriousness that is imposed by our surroundings, 63 “adults” have made their way to my studio and some of them even waited for almost an hour for me to turn up to take part and show that their inner child is still alive and well. You can see them here. I will be presenting more photographs at the Slidefest event then what I have already published so try and be there.

I am not sure how frequently I will be posting but I can assure you that your interaction will highly influence this. 


2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Good stuff, dude!! I eagerly await your updates and insights 🙂 Good luck with the slidefest thingy-ma-bobby. I have put the event in my diary and will try and make it down there!!

  2. Mate your a living example of someone that followed their passion and quit the corporate rat race.

    Vanessa and I are really happy and proud to see you go from strength to strength. Keep up the amazing work.


    Wis and Van

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