Social Feed

USE ICONS TO FILTER SOCIAL NETWORKS

ALL img img img img img
img

2 hours

After crossing our forth African boarder, it’s time to tuck into a well deserved beer! #africa #tanzania #beer

img
img

3 hours

Another crazy boarder crossing, this time into Tanzania. #africa #boarder #tanzania

img
img

3 hours

Celebrating our first wedding anniversary in a tree house in Zambia.. #winning #wedding #anniversary

img
img

3 hours

“Bat shit crazy!” - Photographing the Bat migration from the BBC’s hide in Kasanka National Park #bbc #migration #kasanka #zambia

img
img

24 hours

Photographing the Bat migration from the BBC’s hide in Kasanka National Park #bbc #migration #kasanka #zambia

img
img

1 day

Climbing up to the BBC’s bat hide in Kasanka National Park. #bbcafrica #migration #kasanka #zambia

img
img

1 day

Into the Jungle we go! #africa #jungle

img
img

1 day

When you realise you’re a long way from home.. #africa #overland

img
img

4 days

In the devils pool, Victoria Falls. #vicfalls #devilspool #gopro #selfie

img
img

7 days

Leaving Chobe National Park and heading onto Zambia. #chobe #nationalpark #botswana

img
img

10 days

“Taking it eezi on the Zambezi!” #zambezi #river #sunset

img
img

11 days

Tyres down as we hit the dirt. #africa #caprivi #caprivistrip

img
img

15 days

Nothing beats an African Sky! #africa #namibia #sunset

img
img

16 days

And so “Expedition Kenya” begins! Passports, Cameras, Land Rover - we are off.. #expedition #kenya

img
img

2 months

Back when car design was cool.. #throwbackthursday #classiccar

img
img

2 months

Boulders Beach #capetown #southafrica

img
img

2 months

Keep Moving Forward!

img

3 years

Explore Namibia - A Photographic Expedition

6 years

Behind the Scenes with the Winner of South Africa's Hasselblad for a Day competition, May 2012. Cape Town based Automotive Photographer Seagram Pearce shoots a Lamborghini Gallardo

7 years

In an effort to promote this aspiring talent we have launched this 'prerelease teaser video' before the magazine hits the shelves on the 21/04/11. A Full Length Behind the Scenes Video with the photos from the day is coming soon This Six page Fashion Spread was commissioned by ELLE magazine South Africa for their BIG FASHION issue. Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, our aim was to showcase Up and Coming South African design talent along side the very people who influence it. Model: Alex Robertshaw Direction and photography: Freddie Child-Villiers Styled: Cleo Droomer and Cameron Arendse Make up: Chynene Naidoo, Olivia Georgens and Nadia Lauria. Hair Styling: Jarryd Langson Set Styling: Amelia Siminow Video Assist: Chris Schofield Special thanks: Elisabé Kühn and Francis Ali Starring Bloggers: Robyn Cook - Style Guide CT Dylan Jack Van Vuuren - Just Dylan Jack Jesna Zellerhof - Fashion Jazz Sianna Wu - Culturenista Malibongwe Tyilo - Skatty what are you wearing? Aisha Baker - Baked the Blog

7 years

A Taster of the first Commercial Shoot for 2011 for SELF Magazine China. The Concept: 'Women from around the world who are obsessed with shoes' The Obsessive: Sheri-Lee Greenway from Cape Town The Deadline: 3 Days

7 years

In November 2010 Freddie Child-Villiers was invited as one of two photographers worldwide, officially allowed to photograph the only White Lions to be successfully reintroduced back into their endemic habitat after being technically extinct for over two decades. All royalties from gained from these images go directly to the Lions and their survival in the wild. Special Thanks to Linda, Jason and the ROYALS for this opportunity and to Don, Alison and Tegan for their help. Shot using a Hasselblad H4D-50 for submission into the Wildlife category of the 2010 Hasselblad Masters To View the all the Photographs Please visit http://www.fcvphotography.com For more information on the White Lions please visit http://www.whitelions.org Also Take a look at Hasselblad South Africa's Blog on these images: http://www.sunshinecompany.co.za/index.php/blog/comments/white-lions/ Update - definitive White Lion gene proves that it is a subspecies of their own: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2257563/How-I-saved-Africas-white-lions-The-London-model-rescued-mother-cubs-desperate-battle-protect-bloodthirsty-trophy-hunters.html