This images like my previous post, form part of images I took while on assignment with UNDP (united nations development program) Kenya.The main brief of this assignment was to take images that depict Kenya, the land and the people in a beautiful way as well as provide UNDP Kenya with stock images that they can
I have recently been involved in an assignment that meant taking pictures for about 30 days for UNDP Kenya,program work as well as images to add to their internal image bank.It was a very good experience and here are some of my favourite images from the assignment.
I spent most of 2016 looking for a new way to tell stories, an abstract way that would provoke thought and awe.Hopefully in the process, be able to help myself and my audience view our surroundings differently, from mundane to art. I therefore after some research and self search i started experimenting with water puddles
I did an assignment that involved profiling duka owners in Nairobi’s informal settlements.This is part of a program that aims to empower small-scale duka operators.Most Kenyans earn a living directly or indirectly through the informal sector, recognising this, it helps to give basic business training as well as help with merchandising and linkages to manufacturers
Established in 1964, the African development bank was set up to promote economic and social efforts on the continent.This year I got to travel as a photographer on a team with a film crew to document their projects in Malawi where they are involved in a myriad poverty alleviation projects.The bank has a helped set
There was a time when you could count on one hand the number of people who died or recovered from cancer in Kenya, either for the lack of statistics or no one came out.As we stand now, most families have had at least one person die from cancer, recovered from cancer or has been diagnosed
Most of us, if not all use MPESA for one thing or another, paying for utilities to making purchases at the duka, sending money to family etc.About 5 years ago Safaricom, the parent company of Mpesa launched a foundation in its name.The Mpesa foundation has helped improve maternity services in parts of Samburu by building
Mogadishu, I did not know what to expect upon landing at the Aden Adde International Airport.I guess one has little expectations when all you have heard of a country is war and famine, but I chose to have an open mind and go with the flow. One thing that will hit you upon entering the
Chelebi Mount Elgon you want to go here, great weather, great people and lovely sights once you get past the climbing. While here I was hosted by families who were kind enough to open there homes and time to me. On two consecutive morning’s I noticed some beautiful light in the Kitchen and I couldn’t resist
A few months back I took a walk with fellow photographers Joe Makeni, Mwangi Kirubi, Paul Obuna, Hiuhu Murimi, Mutua Matheka, Kevin Shani and Steve Kitoto all members of one-touch live.Our desire was to capture the sights of Nairobi as we saw it, this hear is what I saw.
A few weeks ago I went down to Lake Victoria Kenya on the Island of Mfangano, the circumstances of my going were sad, to say the least, I went to lay to rest a loved one. This was not an easy trip, but in it, God was able to show me the beauty of His