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Introducing Lampost Luminaries
Starting February 2020 for 4 deserving womxn.
A 10-month, full-time, up-skill programme.
Applications are now closed
We are going through the submissions. Shortlisted applications will be contacted via email within the next week.


As a group of women with over 3 decades of experience in the photographic, fashion and advertising industry, we want to uplift other creative womxn, share our knowledge, mentor and award well-deserving womxn an opportunity to influence culture and change the visual storytelling world.
- Jodie Ennik.

Jodie Ennik

Jodie has been a consistent and highly respected contributor in many areas of the local fashion and advertising industries for two decades.
Starting as a model, then a stylist, photographic producer, business owner and entrepreneur.
Most notably Jodie was the Founder of the premier photographic production and creative management companies Lampost and Lustre.
Jodie’s hard work, relentless energy and innate understanding of the zeitgeist have created thriving business.
Strikingly she has exhibited a spirit of inclusion and community that has propelled numerous proteges to bright, enduring careers of their own.
As creator of the non-profit Rise Creative Mentorship Program, Jodie’s passion for sharing knowledge and upskilling photographers was solidified.
A further and more singular vision has been born in the form of her latest venture, Lampost Luminaries.

Kassie Naidoo

Kassie built her career as a creative director over 3 decades, expressing her creativity through design, branding and art direction. Leading small and large teams of creatives within the advertising industry, she found out her strength is mentoring and guiding the energy of the next generation of creatives. 

Over the last 4 years, Kassie's work has developed into a deeply collaborative way of creating which has led her to give her time and energy to exploring positive social impact through creativity. 

Nandi Dlepu

A multifaceted creative force to be reckoned with. Nandi runs Mamakashaka, a creative agency based in Johannesburg that creates content for individuals, brands and communities within the Arts, Culture & Lifestyle industries.

In parallel to the agency offering of her business, Nandi is best known for her womxn advocacy as well as her brands. Bloom, a platform dedicated to inspiring and empowering the female creative community, Feel Good Series her monthly performance platform for emerging dj’s and live performance acts and her colour themed fashion party Pantone Sundays.


General Inquiries:
+27 11 788 2609
66 Worcester Rd, Parkwood, Johannesburg, South Africa

All images by Bianca Theron with Lampost Productions 


Who is eligible to enter?

Previously disadvantaged Womxn who are South African citizens.


Would I be able to enter if I have not studied photography or videography?

Yes, a formal photography education is an advantage, but is not required. 


What if I'm still studying? 

This might make it difficult to manage the Lampost Luminaries full-time fellowship programme. It is advisable to finish your studying first.


I am a videographer, but not a photographer – can I still apply?



Will this be an annual fellowship ie can I apply for 2021 at the end of next year as I'm still studying?

Yes, this is an annual fellowship. Applications for 2021 will open in October 2020.


If I don't really have many clients would letters of referral from my lecturers suffice?



Is there an age limit for applicants?

The age limit is between 18 – 50.

I live in Cape Town. Would I be considered if I apply?

All previously disadvantaged South African womxn photographers and videographers would be considered but the programme is run in Johannesburg so you would have to be locally based.  


I'm a self-taught photographer who's taken up photography in my 40s, can I still enter?



Would you consider a wedding photographer's portfolio?

A wedding photographer will be considered, but we are looking to up skill high-end commercial, fashion and fine art photographers.


Are there specific styles of photography more likely to be chosen?

We are aiming to up-skill the next wave of successful womxn photographers who would be able to shoot big campaigns in fashion editorial, advertising, fine art, short films, art exhibitions.