Exhibited at the Stephanie Hoppen Gallery in London (2008) this collection was photographed in Hillbrow and Brixton, South Africa. "Faceless Society" is a collection of photographs taken of social leaders and questions the roll they play in society. Day by day life goes on, year by year society documents itself on walls and subways of the city. Adverts, pinups and news clippings of social leaders, sport stars, models, actors and political appointments, are pasted up with bazaar regularity. After all is said and done, time will be the judge of their success and failures. When generations move on, are these leaders going to look back with pride on their legacy? Or are they going to wish their faces where rather hidden from social records? Print No.8 features Nelson Mandela, in his boxing days.