It’s a hot Wednesday evening in the suburbs of Cape Town. Today we conquer a new territory, well that’s a tad bit dramatic, let’s just say… new people and a new venue, which means a whole new approach to documenting behind the scenes. I have to admit, I had loads of fun with Riaan Benadé and the team from Coleske Artists.
Thank you to Danie du Toit from Spoegwolf for the lovely acoustic show! The beautiful venue, Kleinevalleij Estate, is situated in the heart of the Paarl and Wellington mountains.
I had the honour of photographing Demi Lee Moore live at Lourensford Wine Estate on the 23rd of October 2020. A massive thank you to the team and also Helpende Hand for hosting the event. This was my first time working with a local artist in South Africa and I have to admit it was definitely one of my favourite live events I’ve ever been apart of.
It’s Hillsong Church 1825 Conference time and I’m at home photographing the whole online experience through a screen.
During the global Covid-19 pandemic we have talked a lot about how many businesses have shut down, and the effect that it has had on the economy. From the transport sector to agriculture, everyone has been affected. Some restaurants are still closed, and may never reopen – the list goes on. But what about the live entertainment industry?