Congrats to our team Joe Piscatella, Luke Mason, Chris Mason who directed the film Last Known Co-ordinates, our protagonist and co-director Chris Bertish who captured the imagery of his journey on a GO PRO, which enabled the film makers to put together this unique film for their first official selection of our documentary. The filmContinue reading “AWARD”
Moving country is tough enough, but starting over and building on what you’ve achieved is maybe harder? So, looking at the road that lies ahead, inspirational people or quotes often guide good decisions and reset one’s expectations or objectives or puts what has already been achieved into perspective. The film business is hard, it’s aContinue reading “How do you measure success?”
We were sitting enjoying an early dinner and saw smoke rising, I immediately knew it was a fire. We have seen so many homes that have been flattened by fire in Masi in Cape Town, our staff have lost everything from fires. Porto has similarities in so far as houses are crammed together and ifContinue reading “# 112 Emergency Porto”
We all seeking our Perfect wave, – for some it’s a job, for others a wife a girlfriend, a home, “we currently searching”…. and have stopped off in Porto, Which is far from what I call home ‘South Africa’ which is my continent of birth where I birthed my children , married my wife andContinue reading “The Perfect wave”
No country of city is free from poverty and unemployment, it’s a sad reality really. On our daily walk to fetch our bread there are several homeless people that sleep on the stairs of a City building. Their belongings wrapped and tied together by a piece of rope. It’s their only belongings. I also metContinue reading “Survival strategy”
Yesterday I missed home, I missed all the things I know and that have been such a big part of our lives, my family, our friends our beautiful Noordhoek and my surf spot Muizenberg, especially as winter approaches and the NW winds make it the finest wave for a long-boarder. Arriving in a country whereContinue reading “Not all days are good days”
Wanted to visit Lello, and wow it was so worth it, it’s beautiful, the attention to detail is phenomenal. The books are all for sale, so it was fascinating browsing the shelves. Sue and I bought Skye a cooking book, as her graduation gift for passing her two years with great results at Silwood. PityContinue reading “Yay it’s weekend”
Human trafficking, lost people, caring parents, are emotions I experienced today as we journey through the city capturing emotive imagery.
LOCKDOWN presents one with many challenges, especially when you new to a city
poverty seems world-wide especially with Covid,
Finding one’s feet is a big job, but if you set one task at a time then no hurdle is to big to overcome.