I am a Ghanaian born documentary photographer, using photography as a research tool and a medium of exploring the spaces I find myself, documenting for tomorrow’s historian. With the keen eye for cultural diversity, religious practices and the theme of religion, I see myself as a cultural anthropologist with his journey of photography.
Having extensively travelled in my home country, Ghana, I can accompany you on a visual storytelling journey from the streets of Accra to other places of interest, including Mole National Park and the Hippopotamus Sanctuary in the Upper West. I can also take you to some of the lesser visited places I have across through my research work as a National Geographic Explorer, following how Hinduism as a religion has evolved with time from Africa to the America's. For example we can visit the slave camps of Salaga...
I'm often on long research trips so please contact me for my availability.
Type of experience
- Photo Tour
- Western Europe
- Explore nature
- Approach people
- Experience local culture
- Street life
When (if specific dates)Anytime
- One day
What is included
- Pro photographer
- Some meals
- Entrance fees (parks, monuments ...)
- Personal critique/review
What is included (other)Availability of a tripod and reflector.
Five Keywords that best describe the experience / photographerStreet Photography, Portraiture, Storytelling, Post production, Photo editing, Mentoring, Healthy critiquing and Feedback
Camera equipment used by photographerFujifilm XT3
Private or group?