CTICC Event Photography

Cape Homemakers Expo

This CTICC Event photography job for Homemakers Expo comes around every year.  Every year to the date that is.  How do I know?  Because it always happens to coincide with my birthday.  Not great for celebrations and parties, but there are some upsides though.  I get to indulge in a few birthday treats that get added to my wish list along the way!  Yes, I make sure to point out said items to Andre!  And anyhow,  who needs a party when you can socialize with nearly 300 stand holders – hee hee!

On a more serious note.  We’ve been covering this CTICC Event Photography job for Homemakers Expo for quite a number of years now.  We are so grateful that each year they have us back, and that they trust us to capture an entire year’s hard work that culminates in this four day Expo at the CTICC.

There’s something for everyone at the Homemakers Expo.  It really does showcase some wonderful products, many of them proudly South African.   From practical home solutions to the most gorgeous décor.  Innovative ideas are galore, and then of course there are the talented makers in the artisan area.

There is no shortage of appliances for both indoor and outdoor areas.

There are a number of restaurants to indulge in and rest the weary feet.  And not to mention all of the yumminess on offer at the Divine Life food area.  The demo and workshop areas are popular too enticing crowds with their innovative and informative programmes.

We take so many images during our time at the Expo, and it really is hard narrowing them down for a blog post.  But as with all of our photography, we try to tell a story with our images.  So here is a collection of our favourites.  We hope that if you did not go this time around, it will inspire you to pop down to the CTICC in a year’s time!

Thank you Homemakers Expo for the wonderful opportunity of covering another fabulous CTICC Event photography job!

Until next time!


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