“My journey as a photographer started in 1992. I was 17 and my father gave me a 35mm Yashica FXD camera. I quickly realised how useful it was for recording the world around me, and the people living in it.
The first roll of lm I ever shot was at the memorial service of slain ANC activist Chris Hani. I was still in high school and our principal had told us to avoid the inner city at all costs. I snuck out the house and convinced two of my friends from class to come with me.It was mayhem and chaos in the city centre that morning. In a way, that was kind of what gave me direction in my photography — in terms of narrative and story