Emmanuel Jambo

The Curious Case of Brian Siambi Aka UrbanSkript
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When was the last time you let your curiosity run wild? As creatives, we are at risk of typecasting ourselves in a specific role under the identity guise. But what if we took it off its leash every once in...
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Editor’s Note – The Lens Series – Fashion Photography
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Photography is essential in the fashion business. Because fashion is such a visual business, photography is the best means to communicate that visual element about one’s brand, their collection, and their story and to get the consumer involved and to...
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Stock Take July Series - The Desings Studio connecting you to fashion and design in Kenya
Stock Take July Series
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Editor's Note_____________ This month we take stock of how far we have come, the lessons learnt and remembering that in this industry, no one is alone.  After 2 years and 9 months of being in existence (who is counting :)), TDS...
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There is more than meets the eye: Tina Masese tells us more about the Modeling world
There is more than meets the eye: Tina Masese tells us more about the Modeling world
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Modeling, like fashion design, is in fact a real job with its own challenges, time constraints and skill. Tina Masese is known more for being a model, however, she in fact studied fashion design and so is a master of...
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Humble, Passionate, Grateful and a Mentor: Meet Emmanuel Jambo
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South Sudanese photographer based in Kenya, Emmanuel Jambo, has made a mark for himself in the photography world, and rightfully so. Having been exposed to photography at an early age, his interest stemmed from his sister. “I remember, she had...
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John Kaveke speaks truthfully about his sabbatical, the fashion industry and what needs to change in Kenya- Part II
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Previously Right now the international focus is on Africa, Kaveke says, and people are looking here for inspiration. “Now is the best time to start cultivating what is local.” The major problem is that “here in Kenya, we have conflict...
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Thandiwe Muriu – “I want to be Kenyan based photographer serving Africa.”
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“I picked up my first camera when I was 14 years old but my business is two years old.” Before delving into the industry, she begins with her story. Her first contact with cameras was due to her father who...
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