Author: juliangoldswain

Paranga Restaurant | Camps Bay, Cape Town

Late Cape summer light is where it’s at. Food photography gives you access to a visual and taste sensation. Yummy!

T Systems CIO Roundtable

Ripple of Hope | Matseke Luncheon

It’s not everyday you get to rub shoulders with luminaries like Ahmed Kathrada, Graça Machel, Desmond Tutu and the late Robert F Kennedy’s extended family. This was not your average free lunch.

Peter du Plooy | Engen CIO

Cape of Storms | “Dik Wednesday”

Winter 2017’s superstorm must go down in the annals of history as one the Cape’s biggest yet. What a privilege to be in the thick of it on a weekday with the family. Needless to say we were beaming once dried and back in our warm little abode. Some copious desalination of my new Tamron 70-200mm required!

Maresol Restaurant | Food photography

I was really chuffed to see my images in the new ad in Cape Town’s Waterfront magazine. Amazing what good old window light and some polyboards can do. Plus a 100mm macro lens compliments of Wayne Turner.

Brainstorm Magazine | May cover shoot

Charley Lewis must go down as one of the most affable chaps I’ve got to photograph. Perhaps it’s just because he also loves photography? His life experience working with COSATU, amongst others,  is a story well worth reading.