South Africa’s globally acclaimed creative invites us into his colourful, Afrocentric world
From his beginnings as a street-style photographer documenting South Africa’s most fabulous cool kids; to becoming a cover star of magazine titles like GQ; and recently being tasked with taking official portraits for the likes of the Obama family, Beyoncé and Naomi Campbell, it’s beginning to seem like there’s nothing Trevor Stuurman can’t do.
But far from the fashionable world, he lives in, his home in Johannesburg is a relaxing escape from the bright lights and flashing cameras – albeit one just as colorful, pattern laced and Afrocentric as his famous imagery.
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August - September 2019