2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2014.… Continue reading


This project was done with the creative assistance of Dennis a.k.a Sponsor254. Looking at the photos they awake a deep want for travel and adventure. I won’t spoil them with a lot of unnecessary… Continue reading

Rebranding & Promo video

    I took a small break from the blog and photography to learn and improve on what little knowledge I acquired in the 3 years of photography. This art requires lots of… Continue reading


We visited  my great grandmother during the December holidays (2013) she lives alone and we really don’t know how old she is.  Contrary to what you’d expect she doesn’t need any help with… Continue reading

Sonia’s Scarves

Author Stephen King said “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” Sonia Rita is one talented young lady, not only… Continue reading


  I met Thespian Elsaphan Njora on the set of the short movie ‘Rolex’ made for the 48 hour film project. He won best actor for his performance in the short.  I wanted… Continue reading


Elani the urban afro band that is causing a stir in the Kenyan entertainment scene launched their debut album on Friday the 6th of December at the Alliance Francaise and it was amazing! Sadly I have… Continue reading


So last weekend I got a chance to be part of a team that took part in the 48 hour film project. The 48 Hour Film Project is a contest in which teams of filmmakers… Continue reading

Fresh Prince of African Print

When preparing my posts I usually start with the photos,the narrative comes later and for some posts this being one of them I cant think of what to write… so here’s an interesting… Continue reading

Kamaa Hustler wa Mungu

Kamaa (short for Kamau) my alter ego/clone twin person is a very hardworking man. Some call him a con artist but he prefers the title hustler or at times sufferer wa mungu (second only… Continue reading

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