A Cape Town Photographer

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A Cape Town Photographer

Wesley is an entrepreneur with a huge interest in photography, events and travel – his angle and approach to everything is hands on, original and personalised. Wesley first started photography in 2007 – doing photographs for events. Since then he has been building a portfolio including private and corporate functions, landscape and wildlife as well as the more clinical product photography.

Wesley is a perfectionist. If his client is not happy - he is not happy! In addition to a photographic service, Wesley also offers a variety of value added services such as printing, graphics design, special effects, packages and all sorts of great themed ideas. His fees are reasonable and his turn around time and quality of work are impressive.

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