Reflection, The Series

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 in my neighbourhood and wherever else i fund them.My world is full of water puddles’ pothole on the road, an uncovered man hole, water trenches ad many more.These images for part of a larger series that hopefully will have its own life. Please have a […]

Duka You Go To

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 for better pricing.This is smart duka.  

MPESA For Life

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 a Maternity ward and purchasing much-needed equipment.This has improved lives of mothers and nursing children.One of the biggest help to the people in Samburu is the health mobile app that assists community health workers with records of mother and child while in the field, now […]