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.
In 2013 safaricom Kenya Ltd started using young kenyan photographers to do pictures for their calendar.Now, the Safaricom calendar is a big deal both inside and outside the organisation so to do it is a great affair.The campaign was dubbed capture Kenya.In 2014 I was one of the photographers selected to be part of this
PEOPLE, my blog today is about people, every assignment I have done has meant I interact with people.They could be farmers in Eldama Ravine, nomads in Wajir, a teacher in Kangemi, a child in Kibera or even a fisherman in Mbita. The beauty in all this is how receptive these people are and what joy
I finally decided it’s time Kevin Ouma had a page exclusively dedicated to documentary work, where my first love is as a photographer. This is hope is the beginning of a great adventure for you my readers as well as for me as a photographer. Dive in as we explore the beauty that Kenya offers