Natasha Heidler b. 1981, Johannesburg, SA
Heidler’s seductive images are a playful collection of contradictions. She has developed her own dichromatic technique resulting in something which is neither a straight forward photograph nor photgram. This special dark room process confounds and intrigues both art lovers and photographers alike. She has been working in photography since 2005 and having exhibited all over the world, she has many international collectors.
Richard Heeps b. 1965, Cambridge, England
Richard Heeps’ seductive, highly saturated colors, and sophisticated pictorial structures demonstrate a true love and empathy for his subject matter – be it cool, descriptive interiors, still life or landscape, or vinyl. His distinctive style pushes the limits of lens-based photography without the need for digital manipulation. In 2007, Richard, along with photographer Natasha Heidler, founded Bleach Box Photography Gallery, a platform that participates in approximately ten worldwide art fairs a year. Working with artists, they produce their work from negative in his Cambridge-based darkrooms. He sources the best materials to produce high-end fine art pieces, and their works, shown internationally, are in many collections.