The photographer, René Paul Gosselin took his first photographs, with a Brownie Box camera in 1959 and with everything from pinholes in a shoe-box to the latest Twin-lense Rolleiflex.
After more formal training in René Paul Gosselin discovered Lesotho.
His first book "Basotho People at Work" was published in 2009 with Highveld Press, Johannesburg. A photographic essay on the Basotho and their daily activities.
René Paul Gosselin, lives in Johannesburg and travels regularly throughout Southern Africa. He has just sold his Twin-lense Rolleiflex.
Landscape,people at work