Staying true to their vision to remain at the forefront of South Africa's contemporary photographic services industry, the renown Pixel Foundry recently refreshed their brand, fine tuned their future focus and exposed some rather exciting news about plans in the pipeline.
From its inception in 2001, Pixel Foundry has consistently provided innovative services designed to offer holistic, affordable photographic support to its collective of carefully selected established, independent photographers.
With offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg, Pixel Foundry provides a variety of clients with access to leading photographers, premium photography and innovative technology, while simultaneously providing their professional collective - who shoot for the advertising and commercial industries - with back-up support and easy access to a comprehensive suite of resources which include representation, client service, production, quoting, invoicing, book keeping, equipment, studio, boardroom and office space and general business administration.
Backed by Pixel Foundry's forward-thinking framework, photographers can focus on what they do best - being creative, conceptual and taking outstanding photographs for their clients; and all with the peace-of-mind that comes from knowing that they're supported by seamless systems designed to help them meet any brief - from the simplest to the most complex!
Pixel Foundry's CEO, leading South African photographer Malcolm Dare, states, "Our recent brand revitalisation demonstrates our passionate commitment to remain on the cutting-edge of contemporary photography. We've reviewed and refreshed everything - from our brand identity, services and equipment to our future growth strategy. We're a company that's truly inspired to develop and support the local photographic and creative industries."
Currently, Pixel Foundry comprises four divisions, namely, the aforementioned Pixel Foundry Photographers, as well as Pure Pix Portaiture, Pix Print and Pixel Foundry Training.
Pure Pix specialises in family and corporate portraiture, modelling portfolios, makeovers and events with branches currently in Century City, Cape Town and Rivonia Square, Johannesburg. However, spearheading the company's future growth strategy, Malcolm Dare recently announced that Pixel Foundry plans to open Pure Pix Portraiture studios across the country.
Pix Print is yet another recent initiative by the company, established to provide high-quality, professional Giclee and canvas printing services to the Pure Pix Portraiture studios.
In addition, Pixel Foundry's commitment to maintaining and promoting high standards of photography, as well as to nurturing and growing South Africa's photographic community, is practically reflected in their Pixel Foundry Training programme, which offers in-depth, hands-on training to full-time photographic assistants - as well as offering internships from most photographic schools across the country for periods of between one and three months.
To find out more contact the Pixel Foundry - Phone: +27 21 424 1605 Email: .
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