I have been a fan of the “Smile” star since 2005. She was the first rock star I first fell in love with. But things changed back in early 2013 when I discovered a Kenyan magazine that had worked with top A-list celebrities.
In May 2016, I took a leap of faith and enrolled in the Teen Vogue — Parsons School Design fashion course. I had this gut feeling that told me that I needed to head that direction, as I have been a fashion enthusiast for quite sometime.
Whoa! Can you believe that it’s 2017? Daamn! 2016 was a rather looong year. To some, it might have seemed super short because of their usual 8-5 schedule. I hope yours was fabulous and I wish you an amazing 2017.
First of all, thank you for your continued support and I hope we continue growing together this year.
Yeeaaahh! I finally got to have my maiden photo shoot, after years and years (not the UK artist) of planning. I ain’t even kidding. Back in 2013, I attempted a studio shoot, something
random but I loved the results.
Having signed up for my Teen Vogue x Parsons fashion course even pushed me more towards having this shoot. It happened a few weeks ago. On a hectic evening, we were cruising through the streets of Westlands – from Diamond Plaza – to Zen Garden in Spring Valley.
Popular African music video director Sesan is by all means one of the most iconic creatives in the global entertainment world. I am pretty sure that some of the hottest music videos you’ve ever watched are made by him.
From D’banj’s “Oliver Twist” to Uhuru’s “Soweto Baby” featuring Wizkid, Sesan has set pace in the production realm by making highly successful videos.
For a long time I’ve always wanted to represent my brand in a fresh and clean way. As a step to achieve this, I teamed up with a top creative who has worked with major entertainment and lifestyle brands in Kenya. Think of the major media houses and companies, he has worked with them.