I was in my mid-thirties when I took these photographs on the streets of Cape Town. As a bearded, longhaired, white guy I was treated with wary bemusement by the people I photographed. This was a time of change and uncertainty in South Africa, when most people were anxious about the future of the country, and was just prior to the momentous events of the 1976 student uprising.
I was born in 1939 in Dundee, South Africa. I lived in Cape town from 1970 until 1980 where I studied Fine Art and Photography and worked as a Printer in Magazine Publishing. I have lived in London since 1980.
Brixton Road 2013 Published April 14, 2016
MYSORE / TWELVE DAYS Published April 13, 2016
Piccadilly Peregrinations Published December 15, 2015
Piccadilly Peregrinations Published October 12, 2015
Piccadilly Peregrinations Published August 31, 2015
MARKING TIME Published March 16, 2015
IN THE THRONG Published November 29, 2014
Crowding it Published October 28, 2014