In pre-colonial Kenya a story is told of a saloon built at the heart of an infamous town “Death City” in the Eastern Frontier District. The small town was inhabited by a group of outlaws who committed serious war crimes during the Great War of Liberty of 1871 and fled East of Mt. Kirinyaga (now Mt. Kenya). We set out to photograph a few of the remaining 5th Generation descendants who still own and control the secret saloon.
We are proud and honoured, in collaboration with Dress Creative Agency to announce the release of the first installment of our latest project titled Trans Atlantic. Most people usually want to be rebellious on the sensitive subject of slavery. In our upcoming series we explore, visually, this topic and more, both objectively and subjectively in a liberal way.
Mr. Johny Walker shot at Lord Egerton Castle
CASCO: The Village of Death