I’m a South African currently living in Charlotte, NC after hopping around a bit (Arizona, Boston, London, Oxford, etc.). I am the Co-Founder and Creative Director of a small web design studio, Being Wicked, that specialises in the publishing industry, as well as a photographer. I spend my days in front of a computer, or behind a camera, and I don’t complain about it one bit!
I’m addicted to coffee and pursuing creative and active outlets of all types. I’ve been passionate about photography since I was young, but it wasn’t until 2000 when I got my very first little camera (Canon Powershot S30), that I really started exploring my love for it and started a photoblog – Apparently Nothing. I loved photography, and photblogging, so much in fact that I co-created the first hosted photoblogging service call My Expressions (now defunct), and headed up the London Photobloggers. I’m mostly interested in candid street photography (capturing those fleeting moments which tell a story) and food photography (if I can hold myself back long enough from eating said food first).
My photography has been featured in various publications including:
- Digital Camera Shopper – Issue 12
- Flak Photo
- Kudos Magazine
- Small Spiral Notebook
- The Crest Magazine
- The Hip Traveller
- U&I Magazine
- Unbound Press
- 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008: SA Blog awards: runner-up for Best Photography
- October 2005: interview in Photography Monthly
- 2003: Photobloggies finalist
- 2003: Guardian Unlimited – Best of British Blogging (apparentlynothing.com commended)
All images are © copyright Lorissa Shepstone, unless otherwise specified. Please ask before using any of my images anywhere. I’m generally pretty open to it, and I don’t bite, so don’t be shy. If you would like to commission work, or purchase a print, contact me.