Natasha Skoryk is a journalist, editor, researcher and educator based in the Western Cape. She holds a BA in English and Psychology (with distinction in English), a first class BA (Hons) degree in English Studies and a PGCE specialising in Senior Phase and FET Teaching (awarded with distinction). She is currently completing her Masters in Education degree. For the last two years, Natasha has been employed as a Tutor in the English Department at the University of Cape Town.
As a journalist, Natasha has written for both trade publications and general titles. While her passions are lifestyle, hospitality and entertainment – as well as, of course, education – she is always willing to research new sectors and develop new contacts and knowledge. Her by-line has appeared in print and digital titles, such as: Design Times, The Callsheet, The Event, SPAR Savour, Telkom Future Now, Huffington Post, SA Chef, GroundUp, SA Feminist, The Tempest, The Mary Sue, Thought Catalog and Mail and Guardian’s Thought Leader column.
Also a proficient copywriter and copyeditor, Natasha’s corporate clients have included major brands like Telkom, SPAR, Unilever Food Solutions and Capitec Bank. Additionally, given her extensive background in acadmeia, Natasha is comfortable editing dissertations, journal articles and other academic writings.
Natasha is available for writing and editing assignments of any scope or depth. Contact her directly at email@example.com
We’re a photography, makeup and styling team working on projects in lifestyle, wedding, and food & editorial photography.
Im a photographer based in Cape Town, but can travel when needed. I specialise in lifestyle, fashion and advertising photography.
You can see samples of my work on Instagram @crispinsparg, or find my full portfolio at crispinsparg.com. If my style of photography fits your needs, please get in touch and feel free to ask me any questions you might have.
After 25 successful years in London as a commercial & advertising photographer supplying award winning images for most of the international ad agency groups, I’ve upped tripods and relocated to South Africa bringing along my skills, expertise & production values south of the equator. Apart from shooting new personal projects, one of the many new challenges I’m looking forward is experiencing the fantastic light in this country and it coming from the North.
Over the years I’ve shot most subjects from a table top still life to an articulated truck – both in studios and out & about on location and I’m equally at home in either. With my new custom built car tracking rig I’m now shooting cars more often and, with the locations this country has on offer I look forward to shooting them more frequently.
I’ve a huge knowledge of producing large complex shoots at both home & abroad. Pre-planning meticulously to ensure the results exceed the Clients expectations and all involved enjoy the experience.
I’m very pleased to say that I’ve never gone over budget or missed a deadline.
To sum up: Photography, on brief, on time and on budget.
VISIONINJA (Knut Otto) uses the art of photography with multiple creative skills that ensures your creative concepts come to life with passion, added value
and a time efficient way. On-location or in-studio for stills as well as movies.
From the briefing stage to the handover of the completed artworks.
Retouching (and artistic grading) as well as final repro for print and web.
With a list of local and international clients, years experience in advertising
and branding. VISIONINJA believes a picture speaks a thousand words
and concept is king.
Casey is a talented young photographer and has developed a strong and reliable reputation as well as an impressive portfolio featuring commercial work for clients such as Men’s Health Magazine, Runner’s World Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, The Sunday Times, The United Nations, Elle Magazine, Kauai, Garnier, Ritual, The United Nations, The Discovery Channel, Sky Atlantic & The BBC.
Among his highlights are meeting Morgan Freeman, photographing Bryan Adams, sharing a cuppa tea with the Archbishop Desmond Tutu as well as meeting his favourite author Wilbur Smith on location.
A Cape Town-based blog with a focus on crafts, DIY, home decor, photography and general loveliness.