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Special and Unit Still Photographer

Joe Alblas

Joe has worked as a professional photographer for more than 30 years.  His communication skill set allows him to work closely with producers and directors to achieve the precise imagery to suit the marketing requirements for the project he or any of his team are working on. 

He is able to tackle challenges regardless of limitations, offering creative solutions in as fast a turnaround as possible – he is decisive, innovative and achieves high production value in all the work he does, irrespective of budget.

Joe has an impressive list of accolades to his credit ranging from cover images and editorials for industry related publications such as Empire magazine with his special ‘Judge Dredd’ assignment to an exhibition at one of the newly renovated Highline Studios in New York with a range of images for the biblical series he worked on with the History Channel.

M: +27 83 338 7800 / E: joe@africanphoto.co.za

Special and Unit Still Photographer

Casey Crafford

Casey is an experienced on-set photographer whose natural ability is to capture the essential moods of his subjects.  

His current portfolio reflects his brilliant still imagery including projects such as 'The Looming Tower', ‘Origins’ and ‘Roots’ for the National Geographic and History Channels.  Images from these projects have been used extensively throughout the world at television markets to publicise these critically acclaimed series.  

Casey's strength lies in his ability to capture both endurance demanding action scenes as well as the close-up detail he achieves in drama projects, making him an all-rounder on set.

M: +27 74 306 5120 / E: casey@africanphoto.co.za

Unit Still Photographer, Colourist & Photo Retoucher

Anika Molnar

Anika has international experience as a unit still photographer having recently returned from shooting in Berlin on a highly acclaimed German Television series titled Deutschland 86.

She possesses a remarkable style of her own, which she has crafted from working in fashion and shooting cover images for fiction book designs during her earlier years.  Although her speciality is working on the more dark contemporary scripts, she is equally good at all genres.

Her strength certainly lies in her meticulous planning and conceptualising episodic shoots as well as also being an excellent colourist and retoucher making her a valuable asset to the team.

M: +27 84 288 3830 / E: anika@africanphoto.co.za

Raquel Fernandes
Unit Still Photographer, Digital Stills Editor, Colourist & Photo Retoucher

Raquel Fernandes

Raquel is an accomplished photographer and our in-house digital editor, colourist, photo retoucher and social media administrator working to support the team.

Having received her degree in visual communications, majoring in photography, she has adapted to all genres of photography with all the necessary computer skills.  Raquel has a great passion for the motion picture medium and has the ability to hold her own when to it comes to capturing quality unit stills for all types of projects.

She is hard working, reliable and loyal, and ensures that all deadlines are timeously met which adds immense value to our overall service, appreciated by everyone in the team.

M: +27 79 500 4134 / E: raquel@africanphoto.co.za

Documentary Photographer and Cameraman

Jan Du Toit

Jan is an experienced photographer and documentary cameraman who completed his Masters Degree in Documentary Arts at the University of Cape Town.

Over the last 20 years he has worked in more than 50 countries for broadcasters such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, History Channel, the BBC, TF1, ESPN and Al Jazeera, amongst many others.

He is also an accomplished ‘behind-the-scenes’ video cameraman with more than 15 productions under his belt.  Most notable recent EPK work was for Black Sails (3 Seasons), Resident Evil 6, The Dark Tower and his latest being Maze Runner: The Death Cure which is due for release in January 2018.

Jan shoots only on the latest technology available.

M: +27 82 555 3250 / E: jan@africanphoto.co.za