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Alaister Russell

I work in Alberton, South Africa
Hi there, Im Alaister a 22 year old aspirant photojournalist. Honestly, I have not been in the field long enough to consider myself a "top gun" however I consider myself to be a part of the next generation of South African story tellers. I will appreciate any experience, I am extremely motivated , light on my feet, keen and willing.

Portfolio Photos

Striking truck drivers throw bricks at a passing truck next to Beyers Naude Square, 25 September 2012. Employees of the road freight sector where demanding a 12 percent pay increase and gathered in Beyers Naude Square for a report back on wage negotiations.
After being pierced four times in the back, suspension artists get held up by their skin at the "cool ink" tattoo convention Kyalami.26 August 2012
Motsilisi Mofokeng poses for a portrait while her 17 year-old brother Solomon Mofokeng, illustrates how the light generated from the water bottle above is enough to read a book.
A woman cries as her house is demolished, 09 November 2012, at Lenasia's Extension 13.The house is one of 113 houses in the area which the Gauteng department of housing has said are illegally built on land intended for government usage.
Snow in Johannesburg, A construction worker marvels at the first sight of the snow, 07 August 2012.The last time Johannesburg experienced a substantial amount of snowfall was in June 2007. Before this, the city last saw a considerable amount of snow in 1981.
An Injured DA member gets medical assistance from colleagues, 15 May 2012. Violence broke out when COSATU and DA members clashed in Braamfontein, Johannesburg CBD.
Residents of Lenasia's extension 13 seen in protest action over the demolition of houses that where illegally sold and built on land intended for government.
Children seen celebrating at the sight of their Olympic heros, Matthew Brittain and Sizwe Ndlovu, as the Detol Global Hand washing day kicks off. 15 October 2012, Constitutional Hill, Johannesburg.The event saw over 500 schoolchildren and was aimed to promote hygiene through hand washing.
A Woman collects coal to fuel her brazier on a rainy day in Johannesburg, 6 September 2012. She will then travel with the brazier on her head into central Johannesburg to sell mielies

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