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Langa Township

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Langa Township

The University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business is part of a global community of international institutions hosting a Study Tour of Cape Town and its local communities.

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Learning French

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Learning French

As long as I can remember, I have always wanted to learn French. After travelling to Europe my feet have started itching to go back again. This time to Belgium & Luxembourg. In these two countries French is one of the official languages, so this year, as a new year's resolution, I decided to take the plunge and dive into it headfirst by signing up for the Beginners level 1 course at the Alliance Française

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Personal Work: Living Space

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Personal Work: Living Space

 

This weekend I travelled around Cape Town, from Woodstock to the Northern Suburbs. I like to go out shooting on Sunday afternoons when most are enjoying a nap and the streets are empty. I find the stark emptiness of the usually hurried city I work in daily to be a calm relief and I like to highlight the beauty we drive by each day. I sometimes would sit in traffic and see spots I'd like to revisit when clear of the madness and emotion. And all that remains is the story of the buildings, leaving subtle questions rather than shouted answers.

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For similar photos in this series, click here:

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Fashion: Black & White

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Fashion: Black & White

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Yesterday I ventured out  to Tamboerskloof and shot a fashion editorial in homage to James Dean and inspired by indie rock. Simple t-shirts, a bad boy attitude and a leather jacket give this look an inner city vibe.

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Photography and Styling: Francois Swanepoel Photography Model: Ozzychka Lombardo

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