About / Contact

Welcome to my world and this opportunity to take a look at my world through my camera lens.

I am a freelance photographer with a fulltime day job. I shoot on location during weekends and on public holidays, as I don’t run a home-based studio at this stage.
Photographer, Steam Train enthusiast, Internet and Social Media fan who also enjoys good books, red wine and spending time with my friends and family.

Shooting in a natural photojournalistic style on location is what I most enjoy. My favourite subjects to photograph are babies & kids, kids’ parties, weddings, family events and steam trains.
I choose to shoot on location as I like my clients to be relaxed and feel comfortable without the constraints of studio walls and intimidating lights. For me it’s about capturing your special moments and creating your treasured memories. I endeavour to capture the personality and characters of the people I shoot.

For personal development I experiment with mini studio setups and light painting where I get to express my creative side and play with images and light. In 2005 I realised that photography was something I had always yearned to know more about and do more of, so I signed myself up on a variety of courses from the basics through to weddings. I joined forums and began reading photography books and generally finding out as much as possible about the business of photography. Shooting on location during weekends and on public holidays. I am also a member of the Sandton Photographic Society and a Camera Café participant.
I have had my images published in magazines such as Getaway, By the Way, Village Life, Country Life and in the Star Newspaper.

Please familiarise yourself with my style and what I offer by browsing through my portfolio and reading my blog.
My contact information can be found under contacts.

I’d love to hear from you about your shoot and read your comments on my posts. 

Email me on:   info {at} sandersonphoto {dot} co {dot} za (typed this way to avoid spam) for information on my packages and availability.