Charles Ngoma KaMphahlele is a photographer and videographer currently based in Ekurhuleni. He completed the Advance Programme in Photography in 2018 at the Market Photo Workshop, where he currently works as a course assistant for Advance Program in Photography. His photographic practice explores the dynamic, structural and architectural cityscapes of Johannesburg and the prevalent colonial constructions left by the old regime. His interests in the people and place open further dialogue around the ideas of migration and the impact of movement through changing and stagnant environment.
In 2018, he was awarded the Ekurhuleni Prize at the prestigious Thami Myele Awards. In 2019, he participated in the Bronx Documentary Centre (USA) group exhibition titled Transition South Africa. Has also has been part of the Market.Com Yeoville Pan-African Market In Photography a site specific group exhibition and publication. He was also involved in a collaborative photographic project with the Market Laboratory 2nd year students in a play called Babylon 2019. In 2020, he collaborated with Tholakele Nkala exploring the tones of identity and movement.