I felt compelled to look for a new name in mythology that reflected my new sense of self. The one that emerged was Cernunnos. Cernunnos was the mysterious, horned, Gaelic god of beasts and wild places. He inhabited the dark forests and was always accompanied by wild animals. He represented the divine masculine and yet existed in tandem with the divine feminine, the Goddess
Ours is absolutely a story of sex and disability. It’s just not the one you think.
In the spring of 2018, we escaped to this little mountain retreat for a weekend of rest sensual pleasure. These are still some of my favourite photographs, because they capture the true Goddess unveiled and free.
A few days in the Bushveld connecting with nature were good for the soul. It was just romance and passion. May 2018.
Our 23rd Anniversary weekend in the Suikerbosrand presented an ideal opportunity to get some winter glamour photos. Tamsin had bought a pair of thigh high boots and had modified her black swimming costume, making it extra high cut.
We have a little tradition on most of our wedding anniversaries where Tamsin hauls out her wedding dress and we shoot some photos
With Tamsin’s birthday in May we planned another road trip, stopping over in the escarpment forest around Magoebaskloof in Limpopo Province. The guest house had a magical garden that led down into the forest – the perfect place for some Goddess photos.
On our way home from the West Coast, we spent a night at a cottage in the middle of a vineyard on the banks of the Orange River. It was not as private as we had hoped, but it provided a beautiful setting for some fun and sexy photographs.
We found an isolated surfer’s shack on West Coast near Lambert’s Bay in the 2nd part of our road trip in November 2017. With misty misty mornings and beautiful afternoon light, I managed to get some of my all-time favourite shots of Tamsin naked on the beach
After several weeks in Covid-19 lockdown and no plans on the horizon for even a weekend breakaway, we decided to set up a photo session at home.