I’m one of the photographers who feed into the “anti-aesthetic” movement, creating art that gives a new definition to the idea of “beauty” and questions what society has for decades now labeled as beauty.


I have been a photographer for 7 years. In 2015, I honed my specialization into commercial, fashion, portraiture and documentary photography.

My work has been featured on some of the world’s major magazines and brands including Desundo Magazine (NY), Elle (SA), Adidas and Black Panther (commissioned by Marvel), to name a few. I was privileged enough to have been selected as one of South Africa’s top 100 artists for Sasol’s Signature Showcase in 2016.

I’m one of the photographers who feed into the “anti-aesthetic” movement, creating art that gives a new definition to the idea of “beauty” and questions what society has for decades now labeled as beauty.  I also create work that questions male masculinity and other social constructs such as gender and religion.

My aim as an artist is to get people to question the status quo and to question society as it stands. I don’t provide solutions to the problems brought to light by my work nor do I provide answers for the questions I create; rather I let individuals think for themselves.


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