Location: 2 Nile Street,Kensington, Gauteng, 2094
Shaun went to school in the military town of Warminster, and left with a good solid education when he wanted to joined the British Army as a junior medical doctor, following his motherâ€™s profession in medical, after his last interview he joined the elite Parachute Regiment where he served 15 years also serving time in the elite Special Air Service; but I stress that I was never much of a soldier who wanted to kill my fellowman. The elite regiments I joined were the most racist in the world, only a hand full of Blacks ever complicated the hard training. One of the I reasons I joined them was to proved to myself and others that Colour did not matter in mans ability to overcome any situation, the army was a career that enabled me to travel and see the world, in 1980 I picked up my first camera and started to take images of life. From 1980 â€“ 1993, I took photos of Army life and the many places I had traveled to. In 1993, I took retirement from the services and joined the Mail on Sunday as a photographer in London.
T: 011 6150895 | F: 086 607 9590