Nairobi by night

As creatives, we always tend to have those once in a while moments when we are not feeling inspired at all. During these periods, we experience something referred to as creative block. “It is the inability to access one’s flowing stream of inspiration and creativity. What was once an overflowing well of ideas may now feel … More Nairobi by night

Exploring Kahawa Sukari (#MatembeziShuge)

One Sunday afternoon, some fellow photographers and I decided to go explore a quarry in the heart of  Kahawa Sukari. Ngotho (@ngothomaina on Instagram) was the person who had initially discovered this well hidden treasure. Trevor (@the_mentalyst), Jackie (@j.mwai), Mungai (@izmungai) and I met up in town at around 1:45 pm and began our journey. … More Exploring Kahawa Sukari (#MatembeziShuge)

Oloolua Nature Trail

Oloolua Nature Trail is a forest reserve and a primate research institute that is situated in the heart of Karen, near the junction of Bogani road and Karen road. If you are coming from the Nairobi CBD using public means, you will board a City Hoppa bus, number 24, near the Kencom stage. The place … More Oloolua Nature Trail


Mwea, to most Kenyans, is known for its irrigation scheme, Mwea Teberre Irrigation Scheme, as it is what we were taught back in primary school. The main cash crop here is rice. For some reason I always assumed that Mwea was a place found in Embu. “If you want to know the taste of a … More Mwea