Mapp of London
I grew up in Namibia and South Africa. My father always had a camera in his hand, either documenting our childhood or the amazing sites of the African continent. My uncle was also an accomplished amateur photographer and traveller and I got into photography through him, my dad and through reading magazines like Drum, Life and National Geographic. The incredible photos transported me to another world and I couldn't wait to leave school (who doesn't!) and travel the world.
I mainly achieved this but after moving to Oxford, university and life took over and whilst I travelled as much as possible, I didn't really use this time to take decent photos or any photos at all (in fact, I think I used disposal cameras - what was I thinking?!) After working as a lawyer in London, I was eventually made redundant in the recession of 2009 and it was a turning point in my life, reigniting my passion for photography.
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