Of Ghanaian/German heritage, raised in Lesotho and currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, I consider myself the proverbial slashie, a professional ‘jack of all trades.’

Over the years, I have worn many hats including entrepreneur, writer, facilitator, content strategist, magazine editor, radio talk show host, project manager, events manager and speaker. At heart, I  am a storyteller.

I have recently added author to my many titles with the publishing of Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of essays, thoughts and poems that are reflections on my journey to date and the lessons that I have learned, and continue to learn along the way. Who I am today was heavily shaped by my father, who raised me, by my steps and missteps in work, relationships and life, and by my children.

It is available both digitally and physically. Click [Out Now] below or the Book tab above.

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Book Extract: On the edge

Book Extract: On the edge

This is the third in a series of extracts from my book Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of reflections and essays on fatherhood, identity, loss, creativity, etc. I READ Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd when I was in high school and the title has always...

Book Extract: My heroes were on the walls

Book Extract: My heroes were on the walls

This is the second in a series of extracts from my book Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of reflections and essays on fatherhood, identity, loss, creativity, etc WATCHING A documentary about Muhammad Ali, I was struck by how big an impact he had on me when...

Book Extract: Photographs

Book Extract: Photographs

This is the first in a series of extracts from my book Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of reflections and essays on fatherhood, identity, loss, creativity, etc IN SOME quarters, as photography spreads across the world, photographs were feared because it was...

Book Extract: Escape

Book Extract: Escape

This is the fourth in a series of extracts from my book Listen To Your Footsteps, a collection of reflections and essays on fatherhood, identity, loss, creativity, etc. THE RUSSIAN author Fyodor Dostoevsky is quoted as having said, ‘To think too much is a disease.’ I...

Twinkl + Heritage

Twinkl + Heritage

As with many other parents, the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, that continue to this day, brought with it serious concerns about my children’s education. Schools scrambled to find the best way to continue educating while parents tried to figure out how to...

Step back back and return to basics

Step back back and return to basics

First published on I Am An Entrepreneur in 2020. I have been looking back over some of the things I wrote during lockdown to see if it is still relevant. It is now two months since the South African government instituted a lockdown in response to the COVID-19...

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