PROFESSIONAL IMAGES THAT CAPTURE A DEFINING MOMENT
At frayintermedia we produce images that tell your story or record your moments.
Our team takes a careful approach as a means of acquiring a clear understanding of both your target audience and your industry. From key objectives and performance indicators, to leveraging your customers insights – frayintermedia pinpoints the most impactful ways to achieve your goal.
Documentary: Deploying a drone and filming high in the mountains of Lesotho.
Stock photography: A close-up of a Welwitschia Mirabilis inside Messum Crater in Namibia’s Dorob National Park.
Portrait: Photography takes time and effort – but the payback is enormous.
Documentary photo assignment: Maputo Bay at dawn combining a story about sustainable fishing and the development of the Blue Economy in southern Africa.
Event Photography: Sanlam Financial Journalist of the Year awards ceremony in 2021.
Landscape photography: From isolated frontiers to backyards we are ready to go.
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“frayintermedia was committed to meeting our needs and went beyond expectations to offer high quality, professional services”
– Robson Chakwana, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
“Thanks to you and the frayintermedia Team for your professionalism and dedication to excellent service delivery”
– Carine Seke, Mandela Institute of Development Studies (MINDS)
“frayintermedia proved to be reliable with their delivery and the Presidency was indeed satisfied with the quality of editing done”
– Nombongo Zwelibanzi, The Presidency Republic of South Africa
“The team has always delivered utmost quality in graphic design, printed materials, animations, social media videos and graphics, and taken care that all content is on par with SADC-GMI’s identity and brand”
– Thokozani Dlamini, SADC Groundwater Management Institute
“frayintermedia have always provided personal, professional services, have always been attentive and responsive and respected deadlines and other pressures”
– Anton Harber, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg