When this photo was taken, I just realised that I couldn’t remember the last time I took a bath with Kena. Let’s just say now that she can talk and notice more stuff 🙈😬😂, the questions were coming in thick and fast.
For me this was one of many moments to feel comfortable in my own skin/body after the changes of giving birth to two adorable minions causes – birthing scars, stretch marks, wobbly/saggy bits, the works. Accepting that no matter what, mummy is still mummy and beautiful. After all, other than daddy ☺️, they never knew/saw me before then, so…
I rarely put pictures of myself on here, but I thought, why not introduce myself to the few who follow me here. Besides, #Selfies are not my thing, but what the heck, right?
I am a photographer.
I was born in Nairobi, Kenya, but I have lived in the U.K. for most of my adult life. I am married and have two adorable children, a boy and a girl. For the last 7 or so years, I have been studying for a BA & MA in Photography and I also work as a freelance photojournalist covering mostly art, corporate and sporting events.
My passion is photographing portraits as I meet amazing people and I get to know more about them. It also gives me an opportunity to grow as a person.
I also love experimenting with my photography especially working with 35mm, 120 and Instant film.
I recently revived my blog as I wanted to share my experiences/journey as photographer, but it has been a struggle to get the right content going as writing is really not my thing. So, please bear with me as I find my stride.
I’d love to hear from you. Introduce yourself and let’s get this conversation going.
And, if you know someone in the London looking for a photographer to spruce up their social media with pictures, show them this post or you can direct them to my contact form here.
Also, please follow my blog as I post something every Friday.