Humans of coffee: Dylan Botha

Who is Dylan Botha?

This is probably the hardest question to answer. At 31 years of age I am yet to discover who I am. Each day is an exploration and learning experience of who I currently am. I can, however, tell you that I am a recovering addict with 18 months of sobriety behind me and a lifetime ahead of me. But I do not let this define me in the man I am & strive to be. 

I am a Durban boy through & through, although I did live in Cape Town for a year or so. I now live in a one bedroom apartment on Florida Road with my wife & 3 cats. We are not wealthy in money but rich in community – our home is almost always full with family and/or friends. I am very dedicated to my work so when at home I cherish the time I have with my close community of people.


What is your best childhood memory?

I have many fond childhood memories. But if I had to pick one it would be one of time spent with my father while he worked.

When I was a child he owned a wholesale meat supply company, supplying a few of the restaurants in the area and I would accompany him on his deliveries. My first & fondest memories of a restaurant were through the back door of the kitchen. From that time I think it was forever ingrained in me that I would be in the hospitality industry. Although I must admit my path along the way between then & now did see many a different career “hiccups”, if you will.

If you had a chance for a “do-over” in life, what would you do differently?

Other than a few bad tattoo choices, I wouldn’t change much. A lot of who I am today is because of the choices I’ve made. Good & bad, it has all been as it was meant to be.


What do you feel most proud of?

The day I married my amazing wife Shannon Botha is hands down one of the proudest days of my life.

If you could only keep three possessions, what would they be and why?

  1. A pair of my Vans – it’s rare that you’ll find me barefoot. I’m weird that way.
  2. My phone – I’m way too attached to that thing. I think I may have a problem.
  3. My wedding ring – this needs no explanation.

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What do you want your tombstone to say?

I have a stupid irrational fear of waking up and realizing I’ve been buried alive underground. So I will be cremated. And on my urn it will say:

Recommended brewing method – Dose, 16g…

What is Noble Coffee?

Noble is a passion project, one that has evolved many a times & continues to evolve. It was born from the inspiration of an Espresso bar in Australia called Bunker Coffee. The drive behind Noble has always been COFFEE, COMMUNITY & LIFESTYLE. Community has been the back bone of this brand & it has afforded me opportunity to meet the most amazing people.


What’s your favorite kind of coffee, brew method or coffee origin?

I am a sucker for a good Burundi from Long Miles & I enjoy my coffee in just about every method. In the mornings (at home) I’ll brew a French Press for myself & my wife. At work it’s normally a Flat White or Pour Over. When out at a café a Cortado.

In which coffee shops are we likely to bump into you?

2018 has been a manic year & with that I was afforded the opportunity to open a new café (Prodigy Coffee) in Umhlanga (Durban) with my good friends Craig & Kristi Smith from Ground Coffee House in Hilton. You can find me here most days. If I’m out & about we will probably cross paths at Love Coffee (Florida Road) or Skyline (Gordon Road).

What does a perfect day look like?

I am fanatic about our beautiful country. A day traveling, exploring & camping with friends, family and, of course, coffee is just about as good as it gets for me.

Photography by Shannon Botha

Humans of coffee: Grindstone Runaways

Who is Grindstone Runaways?

We are a traveling couple – Lyndsay Zinn & David Gonçalves, who sold it all back home in South Africa (just over a year ago) to explore the world in search of amazing coffee and incredible cafes. No matter where we are in the world, we aim to find the best, as well as experience all the local coffee in that country. We love nothing more than sitting at a cafe, meeting new people and sipping away on new coffee flavours and unique variations.

We freelance as designers / web developers to keep this dream alive, and are currently working on some photography to start capturing all the the amazing creations and local coffees we experience.


What is your favourite childhood memory?


There are so many – which I guess is a good thing, right? But, if I really have to choose one it would be getting to travel with my family every few years to experience the happiest place on earth – Walt Disney World in Florida, USA. We used to visit during the Christmas season and the memories that were made with them can never be forgotten. Even as child just getting to the airport, walking on to that plane and knowing where we were about to go created so much joy and excitement. Probably the reason why I adore travelling!


Eating. Every great memory I have as a child involves eating something delicious. I have a pretty big family and our Sundays were spent devouring massive roast lunches and sharing crazy (and sometimes inappropriate) stories while stuffing our faces with really tasty food. After a hefty lunch we would all enjoy a cuppa’ coffee or tea with mom’s weekly homemade cake or her new dessert creation. Good times.

If you could have a do-over in life, what would you do differently?

I think for both of us it would have been to get more involved in food and coffee from a younger age. We would both have loved to have gone to culinary school. Instead we both studied graphic design but, even though we still both love design, coffee and food are definitely our passions.


What do you feel most proud of?

The fact that we took the leap and quit our jobs to pursue something that we love is what we are most proud of. It is really difficult to leave something that you are comfortable in and it took us some time to pluck up the courage to sell everything we own, quit our jobs and detach ourselves from the stability and get on a plane to drink coffee in cafes in all the countries we have dreamed about visiting.

If you could keep only 3 possessions, what would they be and why?


  1. My guitar & Ukulele – music is another passion of mine.
  2. My camera – the more I get into it more I love it.
  3. Our portable pour over coffee maker – that ones self explanatory


Since we have sold almost all of our possessions, this is a toughie… but let’s go with:

  1. My watch – The first gift that David ever gave to me.
  2. My hair dryer – Hate wet hair ☺
  3. My passport – Need it to travel


What do you want your tombstone to say?


“Here lies David Goncalves born 1982 died 2082.”


Filtered coffee, not people.

Made love, not war.

Created. Contributed. Inspired.

+ a date that is FAR into the future


What is @Grindstonerunaways

We are a duo who want to travel while focusing on finding the most amazing coffee shops and tasting the best coffee the world has to offer. At the same time, helping cafes get recognition for the good work they do. We also want to teach the average Joe about coffee and how great it is. The more we learn, the more we want to give back.

What is your favourite kind of coffee?

Dave: I love a Cortado, but I’m a sucker for a Double Espresso too.

Lyndz: A Flattie or a caramel & nutty-noted Pour Over (no milk or sugar)


In which coffee shop are we likely to bump into you?

Well, that could be anywhere. We are trying to visit as many as we can while we can, so have a look out for us anyway.

What does a perfect day look like to you?

Coffee. Breakfast. Cook. Visit a new place. Coffee. Visit another new place. Wine & Dinner. A caffeinated nightcap. An episode of FRIENDS. Bed.

Follow the duo’s journey on facebook, youtube and instagram

Humans of coffee: Panos Chasapis

Who is  Panos  Chasapis?

He is a storyteller. He likes to tell stories (mainly fantastic).

He was born in Greece, lived in Switzerland for several years and today he writes you from Amsterdam where he lives.

He teaches his students to be in good contact with their feelings and to express themselves through painting, singing, playing, talking clearly and without shame.

Sometimes he fantasizes being «super Rufus» who eliminates fascism and drugs from the world by replacing fascists & drug dealers with manilas and coffee trees. Oh, what a beautiful world!

What is your favorite childhood memory?

For no bizarre reason, all my beautiful childhood memories are connected mainly with fragrances and plants. I remember every detail of the following scene.

I am hardly 9 years old.

It is summer, midday, just outside Nafplio (the most beautiful city in Greece!). The sea is dark blue and very rough… the wind blows hard and there is a scent of salt and reeds. My godfather has already made his famous American coffee and we have it along with some orange cake, together. We are on the veranda of his house away from the other adults. It’s the day my father’s summer holiday will officially begin. We expect him to come. He used to work a lot and he rarely spent his holidays with us. I stared at the iron gates looking out for his car to appear. My godfather poured coffee into our white cups and his pipe smoke mixed with the coffee smell. I loved his tobacco smell especially when it was fresh and wet inside his leather brown pouch and the words COLUMBUS  OHIO USA written on it. This pouch triggered my first interest in visiting America. I still remember my father’s grey Mercedes Benz… a model of 68, with brown leather seats and a gear lever on the steering wheel… going up the dusty garden road and stopping under the orange trees. I remember running to hug him. I remember him stretching/opening his arms and calling my name. His embrace always smelt basil. Because he always cut a small sprout of basil  from a pot near him and put it in his shirt pocket. That basil scent that came  from my father’s hug… the smell of the coffee and the smoke from my godfather’s pipe… and the smell of the sea at noon… Is everything that later defined my adult life, I guess… and my relationship with coffee.

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If you could have a do-over in life, what would you do differently?

I would like not to have daydreamed all the time, but to have acted more. I would like to have stopped thinking about dreams and targets and started planning and executing without fear and laziness. Immediately. Do you think it’s not too late for me to change?

What do you feel most proud of?

For many years I didn’t know what “being proud of something” meant. I had given this phrase a very selfish dimension and I avoided it. Today, I enjoy the notion of “self-centered” without any personal complex, I dare say that I am proud  of starting  psychotherapy eleven years ago and giving myself the opportunity of knowing me, understanding me, and probably accepting  me. Yes. I think I can flaunt it. Without this therapy I would never have learnt to love me. Therefore, I am proud of being able to love and hug.

If you could keep only 3 possessions, what would they be and why?

Very spontaneously: my half marathon sport shoes because I love good food and I have to burn it, the “little life” by Hanya Yanagihara  (a hymn to friendship and love)  and my camera to photograph coffees , flowers… and little birds.

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What do you want your tombstone to say?

“Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker… Wherever you’re goin’, I’m goin’ your way ” (lyrics from my favorite “Moon River” Music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Johnny Mercer) Yes I know… I am so retro…

What is @rufus_airlines?

@rufus_airlines & (blog under construction) is a meeting platform. A place where photographers & poets , florists & musicians, experts of coffee and sweets, writers & instagrammers,  politicians & models we will meet. It is a dream which will take time work and patience to become true . A small globe which will host small birds searching for a shelter of inspiration and creativity.

What is your favorite kind of coffee?

When I’m home I prefer an Americano (new addiction: beans from Nicaragua, region Nueva Segovia) while definitely a cortado or espresso is always the best solution when I meet my friends in town. One day I want to learn to drink my coffee like the Italians: nattily, delightfully and with gratitude.

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In which coffee shops are we likely to bump into you?

In Buvette, in New York, with my latte… and waffle sunny-side egg, bacon & gruyère and an imaginary conversation with my favorite New Yorkers: Woody Allen, Francoise Mouly and Sarah Jessica Parker.

In my favorite Fragments in Paris with a cappuccino , a luscious iced lemon cake & the first insta story of the day.

In the Scandinavian Embassy in Amsterdam, 3 minutes’ walk from my place, with filter coffee and a porridge and all my  instagram birds around .

What does a perfect day look like?

I believe that every day could be perfect… but the following one would be magical: In Serifos island in Greece, one day in September, at 7 in the morning. A double Greek coffee, with milk and honey, on a marble table, at a balcony overlooking the Aegean sea. I am tasting the first sip of the coffee. On the radio, the voice of Meryl Streep announces that President Trump has resigned and has decided to move to Mexico and become a barista. Marine Le Pen leaves Paris and opens a café in her beloved Algeria. President Putin opens a gay bar with drag shows called “the rosy babushka”, in Chechnya, while the Jihadists color their own beards gold and decide to rebuild Aleppo in Syria right from the start, in order to make it the cultural capital of the planet. John Lennon and Chet Baker smiles happily at me from the nearby balcony. It is an incredible, unbelievable day!

Humans of coffee: Ashley Els

Who is Ashley Els?

I really struggled with this question – it’s something that I’ve been wrestling with for a while now. It’s easy to define ourselves by what we do and what we have. The culture of today tells us this and leads us to neglect the essence of who we truly are at our core, down at the fibres that we have been woven together with.

I recently have discovered who I am and will forever continue to do so… I am a teacher, a lover of all things coffee, an amateur writer of sorts, lover of people but above all a son of my loving Father.

What is your best childhood memory?

Definitely travelling down to my grandparents, who lived in Outeniqua Strand (a beautiful stretch of the Garden Route), early in December. I’d go before the rest of my family and spend time with my precious Nanna. We’d bake, cook, chat, go to the beach and catch up. A week or so later the rest of the family would arrive. I remember just sitting that Christmas looking at everyone laughing, cherishing every moment. It was so wholesome and fulfilling.


If you had a chance for a “do-over” in life, what would you do differently?

Nothing… I shy away from the idea of “do-overs”… Being naturally flawed as a human being I continually practice to a live kinder, more loving life. There is enough pain, callousness and hurt in this world, I don’t want to be a part of that but sometimes, I am… However, I can learn and “train” not to be. The moments that most consider as “do-overs” help me to do that. They open my eyes to small moments where kindness can become who I am. The moments we’d classify as “do-overs” in our lives provide the opportunity to learn and grow. Each and every moment has shaped me into the person I am today. Without those moments that challenged me; stretched the daylights out of me; and pulled me in every direction –  forcing me to step up, mature and grow – I’d be a crappy human. Aaaaand, I still have a very long way to go. The point is, the moments that could become “do-overs”, I try see as “new-beginnings”, because it is not the end, just the beginning of a small little path of kindness and love to be paved.

What do you feel most proud of?

My family and myself…

As a family, we have had a disconcerting moment or two. One thing that stands out over the course of our lives was the death of my father. At the age of 14, I lost my father to a botched robbery. He was a staggering 37 years young.

My grandparents had lost their son; my aunts, their baby brother; and me, I lost my father at a time in my life that was crucial. Despite this, we have risen overcome the heartache (mostly, haha) and dealt with the loss. In all honesty, without any hesitation or shadow of a doubt, it is only by the kindness, love and grace that God has poured out onto our lives. Straight up, yo!

I am most proud of, and would like to honour, my grandparents and aunts for traversing the hyperborean plains of heartache, grow increasingly more loving and always being present. In the face of our loss, I’ve seen them bear the depths of their souls in anguish and from that place a compassionate and appreciative living was cultivated.

I’m kinda chuffed of myself for being who I am today (I had A LOT of help!!). By the love and grace of Jesus, friends and family over the years who have journeyed with me and have never given up and have never stopped praying, I have become who I am today. I still have a long way to go, but I have an incredible community who supports, loves and encourages me to grow – for that I am incredibly grateful. They call me out on my crap and speak life into the potential within me.


If you could only keep three possessions, what would they be and why?

My Bible for sure, a knife and my cell phone. Within the Word of God I find my hope. A knife is just always handy to have and my cell phone just makes distance communication just a bit easier. Only slightly though. 😉

What do you want your tombstone to say?

“A man after God’s own heart who loved fiercely and lived kindness.”


What is your passion project?

I’m an Educator so making a distinct difference in the lives of those I encounter daily would be an aspect of my passion project. Teaching in an all-girls school, as a young male, my passion is to change their perceptions of themselves and females in general. The media devalues women and dictates who society and culture thinks they should be. It tells them that they’re not enough without a man, that they should settle for relationships that demoralise and devalue them. Time and time again I am shocked by how girls perceive the (terrible) ways boys and men are treating them as acceptable, it has become a cultural norm. My heart is to break that… My dream is that when the girls leave school that they know their value – that they are enough and sufficient as daughters of the Father and content with who they are. My passion is to see a revival of self-worth in the perceptions of the girls I teach. Similarly, the opposite for men is true – to teach them how to step up and step out. A wise woman once told me what a wise man once said, it goes like this:

“The most difficult thing about being a man is being a man.”

Let that sink in for a while…

Also, I would love to build a community that forms a safe space where people can authentically do life together without pretence. When people are accepted for who they are and when they are taught to embrace their story they can experience permanent transformation in the deepest place. I dream of a place where truth is revealed and where roads will be crossed, connecting people so that they are sustainably built into and cultivated into the people they were created to be – to fulfil their true and full potential.


What’s your favourite kind of coffee?

There are so many. I just really love all types of coffee! If I had to narrow it down, I would choose the following two: a ristretto cappuccino (always a double!!) I used to be a big double capp and americano (when I thought milk was for babies) fan – I then saw the light… The flavours in the ristretto capp are just that much more soul soothing.

Ultimately, a Chemex is a firm favourite – the flavours are always so prominent and because of lack of milk one can have a few cups without “over doing” it (not that there is such a thing in a barista’s life, psh). There’s always extra to go around so the Chemex is like a community coffee, which is always (mostly) a fun time!

I’ve had some pretty incredible single origin Burundi beans out of Long Miles Coffee Project and a few delicious Ethiopian Yirgacheffes.

In which coffee shops are we likely to bump into you?

Most likely Vintage Coffee. It’s such an incredible space and I volunteer there. If you’re a Friends fan you’ll know what “Central Perk” is. To me, Vintage Coffee Menlo is kinda like that. There’s always someone you know, something interesting going down or a laugh to be shared. Other than that, I make my way out to Father Coffee in Rosebank every so often and if I’m there I definitely make a stop at EB Café – I’ve been influenced and taught well ;).

What does a perfect day look like?

Waking up early, spending time with God, sharing a Chemex and a good breakfast with my community. A day at the pool or beach with a braai and a nap on a couch somewhere in between all of that. Endless conversations with laughter and banter are a must. Ending the day with good food, delicious red wine and wholesome company would be the ristretto to my cappuccino. 😉

Follow Ashley on Instagram. Photographer: Shannon Venter

Humans of coffee: Aga Bukowska

Who is Aga Bukowska?

A girl who wants to squeeze the most out of life. Who loves talking with passionate people, drinking coffee and taking pictures. Who thinks that there is no other way of doing things than doing them at 100%. Professionally, I am Expansion Supervisor at Coffeedesk, which is the leading coffee & coffee accessories distributor in Central/Eastern Europe. I am responsible for finding new spots, negotiating deals, operational synergy and marketing activities of our coffee shops. After 7 years of working in advertising agencies, I said to myself that I love everything about coffee community and I want to be a part of it full-time. As I’m the kind of person who can’t half-commit, here I am.


What is your favorite childhood memory?

As a child I used to spend all of my holidays at my grandparents farm. I remember waking up at 5 to a cup of cocoa my grandfather just made with freshly squeezed milk. Then going to a fair at the nearest city to sell wheat and oat from the fresh harvest and then buying some ice cream on our way back. I remember getting home, my grandmother greeting me with a kiss and asking what I would like to eat. I used to ask for fennel soup and we were going together to their field to fetch fennel, carrot, and a few potatoes to make dinner. Then we were picking up horses from the pasture and sometimes my grandfather used to let me ride them. Then I was going to bed and there were kittens sneaking on my pillow.

I think that this kind of small farm do not even exist in Poland anymore! I am smiling when I am thinking about it right now and I am so grateful that back in time, childhood was not so sterile and people were not overprotective about kids doing kids things. I am not judging them because I may also be this kind of parent one day, I am just happy that me, and my dearest little sister had this kind of experience.


If you could have a do-over in life, what would you do differently?

I believe that you always regret things that you did not do in your life rather than those you did. I once saw a great quote, on GIRLS TV series, that stated ‘I am very je ne regrette rien’y about it’ and I told myself that I would love to apply this and be very je ne regrette rieny about my life. I stopped making lists of things that I would like to do, I simply try to grab any opportunity that reveals it self.

What do you feel most proud of?

I am proud of having the courage to quit corporate 9-5 job, switch careers and starting everything from the very beginning to pursue my passion.


If you could keep only 3 possessions, what would they be and why?

First of all, my camera. Right now I see life through frames, I look at the world around me and I see pictures. I am a total amateur in this area but I just love this feeling of capturing the moment and it would be hard for me to resign from it. Second thing, a Kindle reader. I am addicted to reading, I’ve been reading at least one book a week and I can’t imagine giving it up. Last, but not least, my beloved Moleskine notebook to write up my memories and thoughts.

What do you want your tombstone to say?

I don’t want to have a tombstone, I would like to be cremated. I don’t like the idea of taking away the space from the living. Neither do I want to even think about being eaten by worms! But if I had to leave people with one sentence, I would go with something funny, I once saw a tombstone with a signature cake recipe, that’s a heritage!

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What is Coffee Spots Polska?

@coffeespotspolska a project that was born out of passion to coffeeshops visiting. With Krzysiek, the owner of @storcafe in Warsaw and the author of Warsaw Coffee Guide from last year, we are working on a guide of all Polish specialty coffee spots. The idea behind it is not only to describe great coffee shops, but also to let people know what specialty coffee is, where it comes from and also to show its origins and history in Poland. We are meeting with passionate people who were the founders of coffee scene in Poland to describe it well and every day we are learning something new. We are visiting all the cafes that serve specialty coffee and alternative methods. Surprisingly, the scale of it is enormous, we have more than 100 spots in 25 cities on our list, so we are travelling a lot, talking with people, drinking coffee, taking pictures and videos, writing. I do not have any spare minute until July, when we plan on publishing, but I love it.


What is your favorite kind of coffee?

I am a great fan of naturals. My favourite coffee is fruity and winey. My friends who are coffee professionals, are always making fun of me, for them this kind of beans as too obvious or even overfermented. But I am not pretending to be a Q-grader or a cup taster and I think that the best coffee is always the one you like. For example, I couldn’t get enough of @gardellicoffees Uganda Mzungu or @lacabracoffee Brazil Jaci. Regarding the method, I definitely prefer pourover to espresso and I find v60 the most consistent method so I use it most of the time.

In which coffee shops are we likely to bump into you?

I have two favourites in Warsaw, where I spend most of my time. One is @kawiarniacoffeedesk, where both team spirit is amazing and coffee beans range is one of the widest in Poland. Second one is @storcafe, situated in one of the prettiest neighbourhoods in Warsaw, I love its interior, its jungle of plants and their amazing cake selection (with cashew cheesecake on the top of the list).


What does a perfect day look like?

I wake up early in the morning, I drink a glass of lemon & ginger water and I do my yoga sequence at open air watching the sunrise. I make pancakes for breakfast and eat them with fresh fruit. I kiss my husband and we laugh at our cat together. I ride my bike, I drink coffee, I talk with people who love what they do, I read books & poetry. I cook a dinner for my friends and we eat in the garden.

Humans of coffee: Reg Barber

Who is Reg Barber?

Reg is an artist who ended up designing and manufacturing coffee tampers.

What is your favourite childhood memory?

Walking alone in the snow on our ranch when I was very young. I pretended that the field was an ocean covered in ice and I was flying my airplane over it.

If you could have a do-over in your life, what would it be?

I have always longed for my own coffee shop, which is what I was working on when I began making coffee tampers. Another do-over would have been the ability to have patented my coffee tampers.

Image supplied by Reg

What do you feel most proud of?

Designing and making the World Championship trophies.

If you could keep only 3 possessions, what would they be and why?

  1. My camera: I love taking photos.
  2. My gun: being from a ranch in southern British Columbia I began hunting for for food (deer) on horseback at an early age with my Mom who has just had her 100thbirthday and is good health. I have never missed a hunting season.
  3. My Polaris General 1000 side by side for exploring.

 What do you want on your tombstone?

I’ve been there and I got the T-shirt.

Image by the Cutthroat Journal

What is your passion project?

I have always wanted to start a barista school for Native Americans. I am a Native Indian (Okanagan) and I would like my people to know what a rewarding career the coffee industry can be.

What is your favorite coffee?

The most memorable coffee I’ve had was in Australia when Rob and Anna McGregor of Coffee Lab in New Zealand came to visit Sean Edwards and I in Port MacQuarrie, Australia. Sean is the owner of Café Culture magazine and Golden Bean of Australia and North America. Rob and Anna brought with them coffee for a pour over. It was an Ethiopian Konga Sedie. Delicious.

What’s your favourite coffee shop?

In Penticton, BC there are no coffee shops where you will find me. During my time in Victoria I would hang out at the original Discovery Coffee and Roastery on Discovery Street.

What does your perfect day look like?

Getting up at 5 AM and having a full day of making tampers and being very tired but satisfied at the end of the day.

Humans of coffee: Wira Handaya

Who is Wira Handaya?

A creative coffee enthusiast. Started with passion for video taking, cinematography to be exact. Back in the old days, coffee was only a drink that helps me stay awake for the day, and I started getting inspiration from taking and playing around with coffee photos I took.

What is your favorite childhood memory?

I would probably say that is the feeling when I see my son. When the world still feel safe and carefree. I would careless about what I should do for fun, because everything I see, feel and touch still is new and fresh.


If you could have a do-over in life, what would you do differently?

Life is perfectly imperfect. I wouldn’t change anything because everything builds who I am today.

What do you feel most proud of?

Simpelfideo. I have come a long way with many obstacles taking coffee photography but I still managed to build this name all through self learning and experimenting.


If you could keep only 3 possessions, what would they be and why?

My heart, my love and my soul. haha

What do you want your tombstone to say?

God bless the world. HAHAHAHA


What is simpelfideo?

Food photography that is simple yet creative that can sell and make money to support my journey on becoming a greater photographer 🙂

What is your favorite kind of coffee?

Black, simple and strong.


In which coffee shops are we likely to bump into you?

It hard, because I live in Indonesia. But if you ever likely to come, contact me and I will be there.

What does a perfect day look like?

I would start with a cup of warm and tasty coffee, and enjoy the rest of my day chilling by the beach with my lovely family, having bottomless coffee to always keep me calm and awake.