Isolation buddy Bill Sykes strangely befriended me during lockdown in Kenya. My home lies on the periphery of […]
Winning the FIRST PRIZE – in the people category in National Geographic ‘s 2018 photo contest was wonderful […]
Activists, mothers, daughters, soldiers, ministers, celebrities and everyday Kenyans stood for portraits to demonstrate their commitment to ending […]
On April 30th the Kenya Wildlife Service burned the largest store of elephant ivory and rhino horn ever […]
#Liveanddieinafrika isn’t just an album cover it’s a movement. It’s an initiative that captures the sentiment that Africa […]
We’re animals. We’re born like every other mammal and we live our whole lives around disguised animal thoughts.
Once in a while I get a perfect commission from a client who has unwavering faith in my vision. They handed me a blank canvas and this series came out of it.
Inspired by the beauty that surrounded us on Lake Naivasha, it became apparent that the trees made the perfect environment to absorb a human body. My model’s quiet confidence made it easy for her to become the environment, rather than to pair with it. When the Owl stood on her shoulder, there was peace. When Souk, our Augur Buzzard flew off, she calmly waited for her to return to her arm.
Thank you to Simon (friend and bird whisperer), Linz and Wangari! x
Du Toit Family Portrait ~ Taken for Børsen’s, Pleasure Magazine in Nairobi Kenya Prisoner at Nairobi West Prison […]