A weekend dedicated to Nash.
Over the last three months I've had the privilege of being surrounded by some phenomenal faces. Some familiar, some brand new. Shout out to each and every one of you for making this space what it was.
Cape Town's favourite hooker of doom turned a year older and doesn't look a day over 19.
Adidas Originals are back at it again with a fire collection. This new range is one of the best yet.
Here are some behind the scenes of the kids of Cape Town shot on my Minolta.
The past empowers future. This is NMD.
Here are my friends and favourite places on film x
A few of the best bricks in town.
Decided to escape town for a weekend with 3 of the best.
This is a little window into Mc Gregor.
2 456 kilometres driven, 65 failed attempts at speaking French & 42 Café au laits. 3 hours of being scrubbed down in a hot house, 2 best friends & 1 Peugeot 207.
This is my long overdue, Morocco part 1.
Two weeks ago I set of to Europe for a few days. Apart from eating 47 stroopwafels, being that guy in the club screaming 'I'm from Africa' and getting cycled home at 8am - I managed to take some cool photies.
Note to self, no matter where you are in the world, if you try and steal the mic during a Pat Benetar hit single you WILL get hit. (I ran)
Last Thursday one of my little Instagrams was featured in the Adidas Generation NMD exhibition in Braam. I was pretty stoked to be featured in the same space as some of my favourite Instagrammers including two of the best, Dave East & Lindi_xo. I noticed the campaign on Instagram and was immediately drawn to attempt to showcase the urban exploration lifestyle in South African street culture through my little iPhone5s lens.
The Adidas Tubulars changed my life late last year, and I have had months of compliments thrown at my feet - Dope kicks bro, swag levels, yas Marty FLAMES - as well as making it through the castings for CT Menswear Fashion Week week due to the extra 4cm added to my height.
Shot Adidas x
Shout out to @sekhfei for the event pic.
We were asked to interpret ‘love’ in our own way and translate it into a custom fashion story. The result - a series of photographs that are intended to speak to how you can love what you wear and where you live and when those two meet they can harmoniously create art. Collectively the story speaks to self love, mystery, confidence and the power of partnership.
Here is our take on 70's elegance - with an edge.