Crossley and Webb workshop

I’ve been feeling a bit lazy over the past few weeks with regards to looking for content for my blog. This could also be due to the fact that it was Ramadaan, so I used the time to give myself a chance to relax and  being spiritually productive by focusing on the month ahead. Besides…

Aaron Van Schaik’s Porsche 911

It takes a lot to convince myself to attend an event, but when I see a poster with Porsche’s as the main attractions and the hosts are the connoisseurs of classic automotives; Crossley and Webb, I’m basically sold. So when the flyers for their  track day was posted on social media, I immediately committed myself to…

Journeymen workshop

The Mini , also known as the Austin or Leyland is considered one of Britains biggest icons of the 60s. I would never have imagined myself taking an interest in classic mini’s, yet here I am, in a small workshop surrounded by these small cars, which had a big influence on a generation of car manufacturers.  Oddly…

Hadley Kent’s Volkswagen Beetle

It was about 4 years ago when I decided to venture into the world of photography, and if it were not for a certain car, I might not have been doing what I am right now. The Volkswagen beetle could possibly be the biggest factor as to why I became interested in automotive photography specifically. Back in…

Zaahid Croy’s Mercedes-Benz W108

Browsing my instagram feed i came across a picture of Zaahid Croy’s Mercedes-Benz W108 parked in what looked like a Villa. The setting was so perfect that I asked if we could arrange a shoot in that exact location, later to find out it was in his back yard. I was unaware that he had…

Keith Rose Porsche 911 Carrera RSR

The saying goes “anyone can drive fast in a straight line, but not everyone can can handle the curves”. Well thats how my 2015 has been. I had a plan and went straight for it, but I did not anticipate the curves ahead. A recap of 2015 got me thinking of where I was at…

Eugene Addison’s Porsche 944

When I started this blog in January my aim was to post at least one feature every month and I can’t believe we already halfway through the year. With only 4 posts to my name I thought I’d squeeze in one more before the month of Ramadaan came along. I called up Eugene Addison as…

Christopher Flack’s Ferrari Dino GT

One of the hardest yet exciting parts of the cars I feature, is how I find them. They’re not your everyday cars that are just a click away from asking for a feature. Its all about being at the right place, at the right time, spotting a car on the street and building up the courage…

Robin’s Datsun Pick-up

Over the past couple of months I have not had a lot of time to do much shoots, therefor things have been a bit quiet. Yet, during the busy days I think of what I can shoot if ever I do manage to have some free time. One of the first cars that came to…

Alan Paterson’s Porsche 356

The most of us from time to time make a note of things that we would like to shoot, one of them on my list being a Porsche 356, I can scratch that one off. Alan Paterson’s Porsche 356 is in fact a replica, a question posed by many, but the time and efforts that…

Rui Esteves Porsche 911

A few weeks ago one of the most exciting, if not thee most exciting shoots for me took place. It was the type of shoot I’ve been wanting to do for a long time now. I’m known mostly for shooting cars on the Cape Town stance scene, but I have been holding back a bit when…