photo by kobus tollig

Pierre is an artist based in Cape Town and the founder of Cinemuse Independent Cinema.

Upon graduating as an engineer, he soon discovered that the conjunction of art and entrepreneurship can offer him a more meaningful platform to give expression to the ever-unfolding discovery of what it means to be human.

Pierre is lucky to have a supportive and loving family, remarkable friends and access to inspiring mentors.


  • Cover image for CETRI-Centre tricontinental, Belgian NGO dedicated to the critical analysis of North/South relations and social movements in the Global South, the CETRI. Feb 2019

  • Pavilion Series published in Ilaph'lam Afrikan Fashion Journal, Dec 2018. View publication.

  • Pierre’s essay, “To Love" published on Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global as, "A Letter to Christian Parents." Nov 2017

  • Cover image for "A Century of Symphony" for the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. Available in all major bookstores.

  • TV Interview for Cinemuse on Dagbreek (KykNet, DSTV) March 2014 >> watch

  • Published in Wine Spectator California July 2013

  • Published in Marie Claire South Africa 2013

  • TV Interview for Cinemuse on De Kat TV (KykNet, DSTV) November 2013 >> watch

  • Pierre interviewed for Cinemuse in Elle Magazine 2011

  • Interview for Cinemuse in Rapport, South African Nationwide Sunday Newspaper 2011


“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self.”
—Ernest Hemingway

“If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.”
—Antoine de Saint-Exupery


From the Afrikaans language: 'To capture' or 'To be trapped.' 
As the practice of mindfulness suggests, it is wise to become evermore aware of the mental constructs and narratives that we create and fall prey to.