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I met this lovely couple on set of a previous assignment and we got chatting about having a baby bump photo session. Of the two, Harun was the most excited and looking forward to the shoot. That was something new in my career, a father to be that’s more excited than the mother to be.
On the day of the photoshoot that took place at the Nairobi Arboretum, I kept asking Mercy how many months she was into her pregnancy and i learnt she was due any time – literally, at any moment of that photo shoot, the baby could arrive . From the amount of energy and flexibility exhibited during the session, one would think she wasn’t even close to her due date.
As you may deduce, the photo shoot well and this post is a recap of what was captured. We had a lot of fun on this one.
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It’s been 9 months since I last posted and I am glad to be back. Happy 2015.
For first time visitors, you are most welcome. For those returning to view my work, thank you for your continued support through the times.
Today’s post features my friend Priscilla whose baby bump I had the honour of capturing in a few frames. She has since given birth to a bouncing baby boy whom I look forward to photographing.
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Hallo there. For the first time visitors, welcome to the blog. For those that are back for more photo viewing, welcome back.
We had a blast shooting the engagement shoot for Rose and Teddy at Arboretum that we had to shoot part two.
We team accompanied Rose and Teddy for a chilled out afternoon we had fun shooting in Runda.
Enjoy. – Look out for the e-invite at the end.
A pose before winding down.
It’s been a while since I last posted on this blog but the good thing is that I am back.
Meet Teddy and Rose, a very beautiful couple set to tie the knot later this year (2014).
I met Teddy (and his twin brother Erdwein) when I was 15 and we rode bikes together during school holidays. Not to mention we attended the same Sunday (Church) School in Kikuyu. Having been separated and reunited severally by the school attending periods, Teddy has been an awesome buddy and one of the coolest people I am very lucky to know and be associated with.
Fast forward to 2013 when Teddy introduced me to his fiance Rose, we had a chat about what it is that I exactly do as she had heard Teddy (and Erdwein) mention my name in regards to creative services. It was from then on that I gained a follower of my photography works. It is important to mention that she, (Rose) loves having beautiful photos of herself taken.
Early 2014, Rose and Teddy announced their plans to tie the knot and Rose requested to view of my wedding photography portfolio and it is from that point that the countdown to December 2014 begun.
To kick off the journey in pictures, we had fun shooting the first part of their engagement shoot on an overcast Sunday afternoon at the Nairobi Arboretum. We all had fun.
Special thanks to Rose and Teddy for being such wonderful people and my assistants Shirley and Kiarii Kimani.
It’s been a while since I last posted. I have been taking a break to sharpen my skills and realign a few things for the year 2013. It was while on that break that I took the beautiful Chiritah Karanja (@Chiritah) for a photoshoot in the Athi Plains and we had fun.
The photoshoot was fun in the company of @Japho1 and Patricia who were my assistants for the day. It also doubled as a picnic with pals. To Japho and Pat, you guys rock. To Chiritah, I love you.
I recently went out to a very cool restaurant located at ABC Place, Waiyaki Way, SEVEN- Sea Food & Grill. It was an awesome experience to add onto the sumptuous dinner I had.
Sample the interior of the restaurant. As for the culinary experience, you just have to pay them a visit sample for yourself.
It’s been a while since my last post.
This is one wedding we enjoyed shooting some time back and were happy with the results. I have a very great photography friend to thank for his input in this shoot, one Isaac Thuku whose eye for detail and style really helped bring out the beauty of this wedding.
Ladies and gentlemen, I take this opportunity to introduce to you, EDNA + SILA.
One photographer, his assistant aka grips boy, a makeup artist, our lovely model and an undisclosed location… couple this up with some creative juices, and viola, a colourful model photoshoot.
A very big thank you to the model of the day, Ms. Tina Kagia (@tinakaggia), grips boy Japheth (@japho1) and make up artist Shose (@shoseaika).
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