The Tsavo Express is our curiosity packaged into a few photographs that try to introduce a different outlook on the whole story of the Man-Eaters of Tsavo as written by Col. H. Patterson in his book “The Man-eaters of Tsavo”
The story of a peculiar Saloon at the heart of a remote dusty town in the Eastern frontier district. Told through the eyes of an outsider who visits the town with a hope to discover the dark history and secrets of the small, infamous town inhabited by gunslingers, cowboys and outlaws.
A visual exploration of the sensitive topic of slavery while drawing inspiration from the Trans-Atlantic slave trade of the 16th-19th Century. The project is particularly interested in discussing the profound similarities between history and the modern times we live in on a lifestyle level and how technology and other socio- economical factors have changed and continue to change but mentalities seem to possess some kind of durable irresistibility to change.
This retro fashion is a metaphor for the beautified, invisible suppression of the African woman, fitted in a constrictive corset, yet draped in stylish frocks.
A tragic story of Maurice Egerton in colonial Kenya, a story of love, hate, delusional recluse and passionate misogyny. Enchanted by an unnamed Austrian lady during a vacation in England, Egerton set out to persuade her to marry him and move to Kenya. He built a big castle to prove to the girl of his dreams that he was indeed worthy of her companionship. Apparently, a big castle was not the way into the girl’s heart, she dismissed it as a monument to vanity and a museum. Dejected and Heartbroken, Maurice never married and died a lonely man. The castle still stands to date but as a monument to unrequited love.
Photographed Mike Parker, a professional golfer at Golf Park, Ngong Racecourse, Kenya.
At a local pub in Kinshasa, two brothers -Bonte and Kamissoko find themselves staring into the eyes of a past they had worked so hard to forget. Having been separated for a long time after a horrific escape from the Congo war in which they had fought as child soldiers, Lefe - a mutual female childhood crush, finds herself at cross roads in an interesting turn of events as the two brothers clash with sins from their past.
We partnered with Gender Violence Recovery Centre, a non-profit making, non-partisan; charitable trust of the Nairobi Women’s Hospital (NWH), to highlight the plight of domestic violence how this affects the developmental growth of children living in such abusive environments.
A collection of several projects we’ve done over time.