Photographic Artists


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Malcolm Dare (1962) was always going to follow the arts. Growing up in Lesotho, he could be found wandering around the family-owned Kolonyama pottery, where he later learned the craft and worked as a potter.
After a chance encounter with a well known and established photographer, Malcolm changed direction and has been passionate about photography ever since.
He has been working as a commercial photographer since 1990 in South Africa and The Netherlands. Malcolm has shot many big campaigns, specializing in food, bottle, fashion, and jewelry photography. His work is seen in many major publications, campaigns, and billboards locally and internationally. Malcolm has been a leading light in digital photography and has run workshops in New York, Cologne and around South Africa.
When doing his own work, Malcolm approaches his work as a painting: he starts with a blank canvas and uses the light as his paint. He loves photographing people and wildlife as much as he loves photographing inanimate objects, and he will use the object and light to tell a story.
“My camera and the light are my medium of choice to express my art”.

To see more of Malcolm's work go.