Steve McCurrach/AIRSERV has worked for and photographed (amongst many others);
Durban’s King Shaka International Airport, capturing the progress pics every month, with similar contracts on the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, and the Port widening operations
Also working for The Province, Ethekwini Metro, In 2 Assets, Enviroserv, La Farge Cements, Engen, SAPREF, SA Bulk Terminals, Vopak, Grindrod, K Line Shipping, along with innumerable publications & media and the “who’s who” of the building industry in KZN – WBHO, Group 5, StefStocks, Aveng/Grinaker, Leomat, Fountain Civil Engineering, Icon Construction, Construction ID, etc.
The AIRSERV Galleries will tell the stories of these and more.
Steve was a Gold awardee in the annual SONY ProFoto professional photographers competition and in 2013 I was later made a SONY brand ambassador.
In addition, Airserv most proudly presents the following accreditations:
Professional Photographer’s Accreditation
Steve/AIRSERV is a member of the Professional Photographers of S.A. – Membership No.L128
and where “The PPSA represents the interest of the profession in general, by promoting high ethical standards and better service to the public, continuously updating the practical knowledge and understanding of its members through workshops, and stimulating public awareness of the benefits of using the services of professional photographers.
The PPSA acts as an examining body within the industry. It publishes an annual register of qualified members, together with allied occupations, that meet PPSA standards.
This register is circulated to users and buyers of photography throughout Southern Africa”.
For further detail, visit the PPSA Web at http://www.ianfleming.co.za/PPSA/contact.htm
AMO work primarily with professional photographers and where contributing photographers submit to a stringent selection board for admission. Africanpictures.net is a professional marketplace which sells publication rights to pictures and photo features produced by African photographers and delivers the required pictures anywhere in the world.
“Perhaps the biggest challenge to African photography is access. Africa has a wealth of talented professional photographers, equal to the challenge of providing a cover shot for Geo, The New York Times or Condé Nast. Access is also a challenge to publications and picture buyers outside Africa (and even within Africa) who are wanting pictures from Africa. africanpictures.net enables picture buyers and photographers to access one another, so that African photographers can tell Africa’s story on the international stage.” http://www.africanpictures.net/home.php
There can be no more qualified critic of one’s work, than your professional peers. AIRSERV very proudly quotes here 3 peer reviews, all are from highly acclaimed S.A. photographers and which were initially presented as motivations for AIRSERV’s professional admission to the industry.
From Anthony Allen
I have known Steve McCurrach for many years and in recent years I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside Steve on a handful of aerial photographic sorties, as well as one or two on the ground.
His unlimited enthusiasm, sound knowledge of his subjects and his creative eye, coupled with his passion for flight make him an obvious choice for furthering our business contacts and service suppliers. I have no hesitation in recommending Steve, a very capable pilot/photographer.
He is my No 1 choice for work that we are not able to complete in his native area.
From John Hone
I have seen some of Steve McCurrach’s aerial photography work and it is clear that he has an eye for both composition and interesting subject matter. If he pursues this photographic direction he will do very well, I am certain.
From Stephen Pryke
I’ve worked with Steve McCurrach and seen his aerial and landscape work. If you are looking for someone with promise and potential, I think he is worthy of your consideration. He understands the needs of his market and is able to produce the kind of high quality image that I would personally be happy to present. In addition, I’m impressed with his understanding of both the camera and of photography.