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Isaya Evans Casting Director :: iGabantu Studios Portraits Actor

During the Covid-19/Coronavirus Lock-down I did a photography project – photographing Isaya Evans the casting director and an Actor on the New normal, where the tissues /toilet papers became more useful and the lemons were scarce, hiking the prices at the iGabantu Studios, Formerly Hillcrest Academy, 209 State House Rd, Nairobi. Lack of routine can be challenging at these times.  There will be an extended period of adjustment to this new normal and uncertain world pandemic. Everyday activities have assumed a greater significance and I have set myself the challenge to take an interesting and different photograph each day to try and show this.  The challenge is to consider what to photograph and when and keep the project style consistent.  I want to capture what under normal circumstances would be a trivial subject and elevate it to this new significance.

Project | Kill Boredom Covid-19 / Coronavirus Project Lockdown

Photographer: Antony Trivet Photography
Model ; Isaya Evans
Find Isaya Evans on:
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Designer : jb mathegi & letslux_
Assistant/Stylist |Rose Meindra
Assistant Photographer | Rose Meindra
Photo Shoot Location | iGabantu Studios

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Model– Isaya Evans   ~In reality, being a creative is rough, tough, uncertain and full of challenges… sometimes you want to give up. But, not exactly for a boy whose first ever role was as a DOOR. Seeing the other kids sing, dance happily past me (as I stood as a door in a kindergarten role play), created a spark in me, “I didn’t have to be the shy boy anymore!”. I knew I had to be out there… never to be chained on one spot again! Fast forward to campus. Amidst chasing after my degree in a different field, my love for arts still stood out, while lying to myself acting was just but a hobby, it finally stole (my limelight and my heart). After graduation, I got a job which I quit barely a week after ; I wasn’t going to be a door again in this story of life…

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Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness :: Kenya Gym Health Portraits

Model: Eji Kamuri
Location: Roysambu
Photography: Antony Trivet Photography
Model ;
Eji Kamuri
Find Eji Kamuri on:
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Assistant Photographer : Frederick Dharshie Wissah
Photography: Antony Trivet Photography

All my career, I’ve said this: Critics and producers think audiences want actors that only present the silhouette and hit the points in the silhouette. What I do is too dangerous. Patti LuPone
“I’m an extremist, and I hope to be remembered that way: noncompliant and an artist. I do not want to be remembered as a nice guy. I want to be the slayer of Bambi.” – David Dearth
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness By Antony Trivet Photography “Everyone has the ability to accomplish unique feats, everyone. You choose this. Become someone great in one other life. Forget about failing to many. Who cares? Doesn’t matter when you start or finish, just start, no deviations, no excuses.” – Tom Platz
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness By Antony Trivet Photography “There is no such thing as over training, just under nutrition and under sleeping.” – The Barbarian brothers
“I always get suspicious whenever someone suggests that it’s the fruit in their diet that’s making them fat. I’ve seen a lot of crazy things in my time, but I’ve yet to encounter anyone whose admitted to polishing off a bag of apples while watching Dancing with the Stars…” – Shelby Starnes
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness By Antony Trivet Photography
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness :: Kenya Gym Health Portraits
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness By Antony Trivet Photography
Frederick Dharshie Wissah _Kenya Gym Health Portraits
Eji Kamuri Bodybuilders Fitness :: Kenya Gym Health Portraits
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James Malack The Drummer :: Kenyan Portraiture Photographer

   Model: James Malack
Location: Goodrich Kindergarten Academy
Photography: Antony Trivet Photography
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We always forget the drummer in most events especially on a live music shoot because they are often poorly lit and trashing about behind a cage of obstructive metal. When one can get over the preening singers and over-socialised guitarists, some of the most dynamic rock images to be made are of a drummer in full swing, arms’ a go-go…basically picking up individual members aside from the obvious targets can result in some of the most rewarding great images like the ones below…..

James Trashing away ,arms a go-go with the range of the emotions.
As the drummer, I know that drums fully support the band. Their rhythm keeps things within the pulse and contributes to the overall energy of each performance. I am a very balanced person and I realize that through my personal level of balance……
Playing fast around the drums is one thing. But to play music, to play with people for others to listen to, that’s something else. That’s a whole other world.
Playing drums, or any musical instrument in fact, is so much about the way you think and about your attitude towards the instrument…
Anytime you strike the drums, you have to be aware that you’re creating a musical event. – Vinnie Colaiuta

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Micere Nyaga Lifestyle Portrait :: Kenyan Portrait Photographer Headwraps

The  head-wrap exists in many cultures.You can tie it as you want and make a bold statement with a nice print or fabric type.One mystery to many is:-how do I tie a head-wrap? Well,many ways are commonly used-for example- You can use a long strip of cloth wound `round the head,or utilize a few extra pieces under  the main one!!!!!! It wont be easy for the first time but within time,the more you try,the more you will find your own way and style.

Concept: Head-Wrap 
Model: Micere’s Mbichagraphy
Photoshoot: Photomagic Studio 
Photographer: Antony Trivet Photography 
Headwrap stylist: Neema Hakim
Model: Micere Nyaga Thunder Kaat

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Micere Nyaga Lifestyle Portrait :: Kenyan Portrait Photographer Headwraps
Micere Nyaga Lifestyle Portrait :: Kenyan Portrait Photographer Headwraps
Micere Nyaga Lifestyle Portrait :: Kenyan Portrait Photographer Headwraps
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Micere Nyaga_Mbichagraphy_Thunderkaat
Micere Nyaga_Mbichagraphy_Thunderkaat
Micere Nyaga_Mbichagraphy_Thunderkaat

I wish more people felt that photography was an adventure the same as life itself and felt that their individual feelings were worth expressing. To me, that makes photography more exciting.Even though fixed in time, a photograph evokes as much feeling as that which comes from music or dance. Whatever the mode – from the snapshot to the decisive moment to multi-media montage – the intent and purpose of photography is to render in visual terms feelings and experiences that often elude the ability of words to describe. In any case, the eyes have it, and the imagination will always soar farther than was expected.

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Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger

This week’s blog post features Diana Machira of the fashion blog Denim and Cateye. Enjoy the photos and don’t forget to share this post! Make up by Zalika                                                 WINTER IS COMING: FITTED PLAID COAT

It gets to a point when that hot cup of coffee just isn’t keeping you warm enough anymore and that’s when you know it’s time to break out the cozy layers!  Model |  Diana Machira Of Denim & Cateye

Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger

Now, we all experience those lazy days when we just don’t feel like putting too much thought or effort into the day’s outfit. Sound familiar? Well, even on such days, plaid is one great way to dress up any ensemble! Whether you’re throwing on jeans and a tee or a simple solid-colored dress, tossing on a fitted plaid coat is a surefire way to add some pattern and excitement to your outfit, making it look like you actually tried this morning. You can thank me later. Model |  Diana Machira Of Denim & Cateye

 

                                                              CHIC CADET

Military inspired jackets started out as a trend, but have quickly become a bona fide classic! They have this tough, androgynous appeal and they rank sky high in style and function, as long as you’re looking to brave the chill.

This week I will be sharing with you a few of my favourite looks featuring three of my favourite military inspired jackets.

Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger

Kicking off this series is this tried-and-true asymmetrical number. Just like denim, olive green sits fabulously with the rest of the neutrals and pairs beautifully with pretty much anything! When it came down to pairing, I opted for pearly whites and for a bit of edge, my adored pointy-toe pumps. I also downplayed my accessories, making the shoulder epaulets and perfectly polished buttons the focal point for a cool, clean and chic utilitarian look.

                                  NOSTALGIA: MICHAEL JACKSON INSPIRED

Say what you will about the king of pop, but MJ’S influence over the fashion conscious: UNDENIABLE! Today’s military jacket is in fact a toast to his inimitable and legendary style. Though one can look a foolish mess trying to pull off some of his signature looks (Lol!), a girl can borrow a leaf or two and restyle it to suit her personality  With his death anniversary just days away, I figured I’d pay my tribute by sharing with you a one-for-two featuring this stunning street style piece.

DIRTY DIANA

Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger
Kenyan Creative Lifestyle Photography :: Denim & Cateye Lifestyle Blogger

Here I tried to balance the bold and tough appeal of the jacket with a red body-con dress that hits about mid-calf. I love that the dress is sleek and effortless, making it a great canvas to pair with a statement jacket and strappy footwear that allows me towering height.

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Kenyan Studio Portraiture Photography :: Nairobi Lifestyle Fashion Images

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James Malack The drummer
Tramping is too easy with all this money. My days were more exciting when I was penniless and had to forage around for my next meal… I’ve decided that I’m going to live this life for some time to come. The freedom and simple beauty of it is just too good to pass up. Christopher McCandless
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Saying ‘I notice you’re a nerd’ is like saying, ‘Hey, I notice that you’d rather be intelligent than be stupid, that you’d rather be thoughtful than be vapid, that you believe that there are things that matter more than the arrest record of Lindsay Lohan. Why is that?’ In fact, it seems to me that most contemporary insults are pretty lame. Even ‘lame’ is kind of lame. Saying ‘You’re lame’ is like saying ‘You walk with a limp.’ Yeah, whatever, so does 50 Cent, and he’s done all right for himself. If you want to be happy, be