When we refer to “the culture”, a lot comes to mind, the people, the sound, the aesthetic, to the times that shape it and much more, but where would we be without the documenters? The ones immortalising moments of historic glory? The ones that make us go “damn I wish I was there”. The Photographers, the videographers, our visual spirit guides. This series is for them, the special forces that keep the culture going, keep it alive and put the game on, making sure we never miss a moment.Through their lens we see the world.Introducing Jason aka disposablememories from Cape Town.
Q: When did your photography journey begin?
A: My photography journey started in 2018/19.
Q: What do you love most about photography?
A: I love the fact that I can bring what I see to life. You can see what I see when I look at my friends and life around me.
Q: What type of photography are you most well-known for shooting?
A: At the moment, I’ve established myself as being known for shooting for BROKE
and various local musical artist when they’re in the Cape region s/o Kaapstad!
Q: How would you describe your style/your signature?
A: That’s a very difficult one to pin down, personally I believe I’m still in search of it.
Q: What’s your favourite camera/lens?
A: I used to be a hoarder of cameras for the longest time, I think I just love the fact that each camera or lens brings its own special essence to an image. In short, I love a
selection of cameras, I can’t have a favourite.
Q: Why did you choose the pictures you’ve shared for this BROKE series?
A: Firstly, shoutout to BROKE! The images selected matched the vision Andile had for
Q: What type of photography do you want to be known for?
A: This is a tricky one but I’d want to be known for timeless photography.
Q: Do you think photography is an art or should be recognised as one?
A: Photography is definitely an art and can be compared to painting, I believe it’s
even recognised as a medium in schools. So yes, it is.
Q: If someone wanted to start photography what camera would you suggest?
A: I’m an advocate for film photography I’ll always suggest getting a nice point and
shoot. If you don’t want to go the film route, there are some amazing digital point
and shoots on the market.
Q: Finally, where would you like to see your work shown?
A: I’d love to see my work on a billboards, museums, magazines, websites & DSP’s.