Having grown up in Woodstock, Zacharia always showed his passion for street art. He started training with Juma at age 17 and has been giving tours ever since. His knowledge of the murals and their artists can be heard through his energetic personality. Zacharia makes sure all his guests engage with the art from different perspectives and making their own interpretations.
Shaheed is a family man whose love and kindness is expressed through his knowledge of Woodstock’s culture and street art. Have the opportunity to meet Shaheed on one of our Woodstock tours or through the Malay cooking experience. Shaheed welcomes’ our guests into his home to get their hands dirty and learn to cook and enjoy a traditional Malay lunch or dinner.
Ryan found his love for art later in his life after growing up around the passionate culture of Woodstock. Throughout his tours, Ryan emphasizes the culture and history alongside viewing the street art. On all of his tours Ryan wants to help his guests find a small family in Woodstock; introducing guests to the community and sometimes even inviting guests into his home.
Anthea grew up in Woodstock, while it was still quite a poor area during the apartheid era. She attended school there and watched the area go through many developmental changes. She has a long standing love for graffiti art and had been in contact with many local graffiti artists in her community. She has worked in the tourism industry before and she really enjoys the art tours and the people that she meets during the tours.
Born in Cape Town, and lived in Zambia for 10 years Nadia has spent an extensive amount of years in associations fighting for youth development, education and health.
Her love for preparing the most amazing meals, landed her the opportunity to prepare traditional Cape Malay inspired meals for the street art tours. She absolutes loves having tourist dine with her as part of their Salt River street art experience.