Having photographed some of the most luxurious homes in the world, the renowned photographer, Craig Fraser has found true inspiration in some of the poorest dwellings in the world.
Using only available light, Fraser left the interiors unstyled to capture their ‘true beauty’. This book celebrates a decorating spirit that renews and colours South Africa’s urban landscape and claims worldwide appeal.
About the Author
Photographer Craig Fraser has an impressive background in photojournalism, hard news and commercial interiors. His work has appeared in ELLE Decoration UK and France, Swedish Gourmet and Habitat, as well as local publications like House and Leisure, Femina and Fair Lady. While one might wonder why someone would depart from such a résumé, there came a time when Craig wanted to explore more authentic cultural pursuits. Even though his work has paired him with some of the world’s top designers and stylists, his heart remains rooted in Africa. As managing director of Quivertree Publications, Craig now focuses on showcasing niche subjects with a uniquely South African character. Equipped with a discerning eye and an unfaltering lens, he is deeply passionate about local design and culture and delights in the endless source of inspiration right on his doorstep.