Immunisation plays a critical role in the provision of basic health services to the population of a country. However, it can be difficult to get vaccines to communities in remote rural areas:poor road networks and inadequate transportation, as well as a lack of cold storage facilities for vaccines, often result in outlying settlements going without this vitally-important medication.
I use photography as a means of self-expression. Whilst studying communication science, I realised that I need a medium I could use to cut across language barriers because in South Africa alone, we have eleven official languages of which I only speak two. In my photography I wish to tell stories that can impact people’s lives.
When I work with my camera, I’m reminded that I have to use veracity when dealing with my subjects. Colour and light are two elements I enjoy exploring in my photography. My awareness of my environment is often shown in the themes that I choose; I want to create meaning with my images.
I’ve worked on issues like teenage pregnancies, land reform, drugs and I’ve done work for an NGO. The issues I dealt with inform, educate and create awareness to viewers. I strive to constantly achieve visually engaging work.
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