Photographic Art Prints

Limited edition photographic art print collections. Click on an image to see the collection.

  • Mami Wata Zambezi

    Mother Water Zambezi, a silent conversation with the Zambezi River

  • 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. […]

  • The Imara Collection – Okavango Delta

    These artworks form part of the Imara corporate collection and were commissioned by Imara Holdings Limited. JOURNEY 1 THE OKAVANGO DELTA – BOTSWANA The inaugural Imara Lightwarrior expedition set sail from Maun and by boat found a course in a variety of rivers. After the Thamalakane the journey continued upstream along the Boro, and the Jao rivers whereupon the […]

  • The Imara Collection – Mgwalana

    These artworks form part of the Imara corporate collection and were commissioned by Imara Holdings Limited. JOURNEY 3 HOME – MGWALANA, EASTERN CAPE In isiXhosa tradition, a young man’s transition from boyhood to manhood follows a time honoured rite of passage known as ‘uMkwetha’. A boy must cover his body in white paint to symbolise his purity […]

  • Himba children

    Himba girls and boys on a bridge enroute to Okanguati, Ovambo Land, Namibia Process statement: All prints are printed with archival pigment inks on 100% cotton rag paper. Each print is part of a numbered limited edition, signed and embossed in the front lower margin. This giclée print is a 100% archival, using both archival paper and inks.

  • Kashmir’s Floating Market On Dal Lake

    The floating vegetable market on Dal Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir, where locals trade out of their canoes. The produce sold here is grown in floating gardens on the Dal Lake. The rich ecosystem of this wetland produces plenty of tomatoes, cucumbers, water chestnuts and the famous nadru (lotus roots, a delicacy in the Kashmir Valley). They gather in […]

  • Melvill and Moon

    The chief on the stone of authority.