Yearly Archives: 2014

Wedding | Kliplapa-Robertson | Shaun & Chantalle | Part 2

Shaun and Chantalle’s wedding took place on a super hot day in early December! Almost as if God hadView full post »

Wedding | Kliplapa-Robertson | Shaun & Chantalle – Part 1

Shaun and Chantalle’s wedding took place on a super hot day in early December!  Almost as if God had delivered onView full post »

E-shoot | Secret garden – Simone & Jens

This e-shoot reminded me so much of the movie Notting Hill ….a beautiful secret park amidst the busy backdrop ofView full post »

Landscape Photography Demystified

Landscape photography is basically the capturing of the earth and the different facets of the world that make it whatView full post »

Family | Kirstenbosch Gardens

It is sad that distance plays such a huge role in families lives nowadays!  And with this lovely family ..it is noView full post »

3 Ways to get the best Shot

We have all heard that the camera adds ten pounds, but what about when you are having professional photographs taken?View full post »

E-shoot : Monique & Niel – Groot Constantia

I have known this cute couple for a number of years!  Niel was Head Boy at Rondebosch High School the same year as myView full post »

Wedding : Jonkershuis – Angels & Demons styled shoot!

I was incredbily fortunate to work with an amazing team of up and coming talented young artists a few weeks ago!  ThereView full post »

Pick a Wedding Date, Any Date!

You are planning your wedding and have only decided what colour the flowers on the table will be. You still have to getView full post »

Wedding | Ashanti – Carl & Elsa Part 2

Here is the second part of Carl & Elsa’s stunning wedding at Ashanti Estate!  Part One can be viewed here!View full post »

Wedding | Ashanti, Paarl | Carl & Elsa – Part 1

I have known Elsa’s mother-in-law for a good few years …Tessa and myself met in bookclub when our boys wereView full post »

Newborn | The Steyn Family

The Kerry & Jaco Production showed off their 2nd edition for the camera recently! And what a show it wasView full post »

Newborn | Baby Shamir & Big Sis, Sara

I always love to watch my clients families grow so when Shanaaz told me that baby No 2 on was the way just after I didView full post »

Nine Months is a Long Time

Except for when you’re busy making a human being! So, to help you celebrate your newborn miracle and capture foreverView full post »

Matric Dance – Fairmont

I have known Kelce since the day she was born as she is my niece!  She was the cutest of cutest baby, toddler, child!View full post »

Matric Dance : Paarl Gimnasium

This young lady matriculates from Paarl Gim today!  And i dont doubt for a moment that she will make things happen forView full post »

3 Tips for the Perfect Summer Wedding

It’s summer. Time for festivities, celebrations and of course, a summer wedding or three. Experience has taughtView full post »

Matric dance : DF Malan

I have known Willem for a number of years now …in fact I think he was in primary school when I first met him!View full post »

Family Photography : The Grasso Family

I get to meet really gorgeous families!  And this beautiful family is no different!  Children are always so specialView full post »

Family Photography : We are all yellow!

I have had the pleasure of watching this family grow over the years!  I first met Elana and Pieter when their firstView full post »

Boudoir: Soft Porn or Stylish Art?

  With the recent incident of a boudoir shoot being removed from Facebook for being inappropriate, I have been inspiredView full post »

Boudoir – Sexy Tattoos!

I have known Wendy for a couple of years now and the one thing that has always amazed me is her intelligence!  She hasView full post »

Wedding – Diamant Estate (styled shoot)

This is the final piece of the styled shoot that we did!  I have to say I just love the wedding industry!  Its alwaysView full post »

Family Photography – Kerry, Jaco & Alexa …awaiting a new arrival!

I met this little imp when she was only about two weeks old and she was gorgeous and loved then ….and nothingView full post »

Boudoir – Crystal Towers – Happy Anniversary!

Imagine after twenty years of marriage …your wife hands you these beautiful boudoir photos that she hasView full post »

A Family Portrait Matters in Moments | Jo Stokes Photography

You know that awkward moment when everyone gathers for a family photo and then someone has to volunteer to take theView full post »

Personal : Villagers Rugby vs Sir Lowrians

Ok, I know I am normally a wedding , family, glamour photographer …but today …this is slightly differentView full post »

An African influence | Wedding: Diamant Estate

 Imagine …its holiday time …the wedding season is over …its time to rest and let your hair downView full post »

A Tale for Two | Wedding: Christelle and Lauren

Picture this: a vegetable and herb garden, a couple in love and families and friends coming together to celebrate theView full post »

Wedding | Diamant Estate – styled shoot

Normally winter is a time to play or relax or just have some well deserved rest after hectic wedding seasons …butView full post »

Why do we Exchange Wedding Rings?

The exchange of wedding rings to seal a marriage is something that we have been familiar with since before anyone canView full post »

What to avoid with your Wedding Party

We write a lot about what can help with the best photos from your wedding, what are the best tips, and things thatView full post »

Do Professional Photographers Still Matter?

In today’s world there are so many ways to capture memories and document your experiences. Everyone involved will haveView full post »

The Pro’s of having a Passionate Photographer

A picture speaks a thousand words, and somehow, this saying is even truer with a photograph because of its reality. InView full post »

Boudoir – Chelsey

  You will probably recognise Chelsey immediately as she was the young model who launched my very first blog a fewView full post »

From one bride to another – tips for brides to be

We decided that it would be helpful for brides to receive some advice and tips from those that have actually livedView full post »