Hi, I'm Andrew and I'm a photographer in Durban, South Africa. I work as a travel, commercial and event photographer, also offering portraiture, food, architectural and wedding photography. I also enjoy taking abstract, landscape and wildlife images. Please take a look at my portfolio, or contact me about doing a photo shoot.

Current Projects

The first weekend!!!!!! or should I say rain, wind, freezing cold…… and spilt wine!!!!

Posted on: September 15th, 2018 by andrewrhb No Comments

many apologies….. but wifi, vodacom and general connectivity have been shocking…. “Seeking the Leopard”, starting at St Lucia; after a quietish first two days, I have to admit that we chickened out of camping at Cape Vidal on the Saturday night, the weather forecast was | Continue Reading…

At last….. the travels begin…..

Posted on: September 8th, 2018 by andrewrhb No Comments

So, after what seemed to be an eternity, my leave is here….. It didn’t start too well, I sliced off the end of my thumb whilst slicing some ginger, but that is a minor detail…. Thursday, almost 1 PM and I’m waiting for Karen to | Continue Reading…

Less than one week to go…

Posted on: August 31st, 2018 by andrewrhb No Comments

So as we move out of August, and into yet another September, I am starting to feel a tad excited… we have less than one week to go before we hit the road in search of the Leopard…. Planning has been done and now it’s | Continue Reading…

Seeking the Leopard…….. the preview….

Posted on: August 17th, 2018 by andrewrhb No Comments

I have, finally, after way too much of a break, decided to re-activate my blog….. and hopefully get a few followers for my upcoming road trip. “Seeking the Leopard” I have only once ever seen a leopard in the wild, and never photographed one…. So | Continue Reading…

Images from a road trip

Posted on: September 30th, 2013 by andrewrhb No Comments

I recently took two weeks out to do something I’ve always wanted to do….. a roadtrip through Namaqualand, the West Coast and part of the Karoo… it wasn’t nearly long enough, I guess there is never enough time when travelling…. but I saw places I | Continue Reading…