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  • Ming

    Inspired by the Cape Leopard’s elusive nature and patterned camouflage, this series of sculpted ceramic leopards, called “Ming”. Each with unique hand painted glazing is a visual comment on how wild animals faced with human encroachment have to adapt to survive and avoid conflict or capture. Colours are inspired by the white earthenware ceramics of […]

  • 50 Cow Girls

    “50 Cow Girls” – A body of work, inspired by the multiple roles of cattle in Africa. A collection of bronze sculptures, paintings and photographic works. Traditionally in the “Labola” system, when a girl is married, the groom has to pay the brides family “labola” or bride price. The price or number of cows is determined […]

  • Dangerous Traffic

    WINNER OF THE PRINCE OF WALES’S COMMONWEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2016. I watched as the 3 sharks were offloaded from the roof of a taxi, onto a market street in Stone Town, Zanzibar. The flesh would be sold for local consumption while the valuable fins would be destined for export to the East. As the […]

  • The Imara Collection – Mkuze

    These artworks form part of the Imara corporate collection and were commissioned by Imara Holdings Limited. JOURNEY 2 MKUZE – KWAZULU-NATAL The 2013 Imara Lightwarriors expedition to the Mkuze River drew Teddy, camera in hand along with mentor Athol Moult, deep into the reality of tribal life around the Somkhanda Game Reserve and environs of northern Zululand. […]