Matthew Cargill

Photography

Photographing the Cape since 1998

3A Tasman Road, Claremont, Cape Town.

Cell: 084 311 1152

gallery@cargills.co.za

These photography's are printed onto a A4 Satin paper for a traditional photographic feel

Price per A4 print R175. / $10.

Any image can be made into a fridge magnet for R45. / $2.50c

Postage per order R120. / $7.

Cape Town 001

Cape Town 002

Muizenberg Huts 004

Twelve Apostles

Llyndudno

Hout Bay

Kalk Bay Harbour

Flight

False Bay

Paternoster

Breakers

Misty Cliffs Beach

Bo-Kaap

St. James

Digital Download

R 260. / $ 15.

All of these images are available as a High Resolution 5MB JPEG file capable of being printed over 1m in length.

The image files are for personal use only and may not be used for commercial without my agreement © Matthew Cargill

Please e-mail your request to gallery@cargills.co.za

 

Biography by Leigh Nolte

Matthew is one of Cape Town’s most renowned black and white photographers.

 

Rich with emotion and mood, his work pays homage to the Southern Cape’s rock coast lines and its inhabitants, vast beaches

and sweeping skies, as well as fog drenched Cape winter mornings and ramshackle up-country homesteads.

These scenes he has expertly captured in his series of photographic essays Moods of the Cape.

 

Matthew’s work is sophisticated, soft, intriguing and impressively varied.

His portfolio features unique photographic interpretation of some of the Western Capes most distinctive landmarks such as

Table Mountain and Cape Point. Immensely popular, his photography is a feature in

many homes, boardrooms and hotels in South Africa and internationally.

 

Originally from North Yorkshire, he studied photography at the prestigious New York Institute of Photography and then furthered his experience in London.

Enchanted with the Fairest Cape after a visit in 1995, he decided to make Cape Town his permanent home.

His choice of medium of black and white photography was inspired by the great exponent of the same,

Frank Meadow Sutcliffe who captured his iconic images in and around Whitby, North Yorkshire at the turn of the century.

Matthew is equally as adept at working in colour and his enchanting colour works are ever increasing in popularity.