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2018 – Year in Review

As is traditional as the end of another year approaches here are some of my favourite images captured during 2018 – one for each month of the year – some are re-edits, some already published and others new images not shown on here. January is of Kirstin Gribbin shot at

Shooting Hats

A couple of weeks ago I had the great pleasure of shooting some of the amazing hat creations of Rose Collins Millinery. I first met Rose at this years Zimbabwe fashion show which I’ve covered in this blog post. Rose mentioned she had a new collection she wanted some images

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase – Part III

This is the final of my trio of Zimbabwe Fashion Shoot posts (check out the review in The Voice). Part I focused on behind the scenes and Part II had the collections of House of  Hohwa and Rose Collins Millinery. First up is the mens wear collection from Koy Clothing run by two brothers,

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase – Part II

I previously posted some behind the scenes images from this years Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase event held at the M Restaurant in London.  This is the second of the three part series where I showcase two of the designers collections. Three more to follow in part III. First up is the

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase – Part I

This is the third year that I have worked with the entrepreneur, designer and all round fashionista Chiedza Dawn Ziyambe the founder of Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase. You can check out previous posts here, here and here. This year the fashion show was at the up market M Restaurant, Victoria in London.

Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase 2018

Some images from a recent shoot for Dawn Ziyambe, founder of Zimbabwe Fashion Showcase (ZFS), taken at M Restaurant in London. This is the third year I have worked with Dawn and her team helping them with publicity images for the fashion shows she organises. This years show is at

A Shoot with Fashion Designer Hilton Mutariswa

Today sees the first elections in Zimbabwe since the removal of Robert Mugabe last year.  Initial news is that millions of people have voted peacefully and so let’s hope today sees a turning point in this African nations troubled history. Last month I was privileged to meet a fantastic gentleman by the

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