When I was walking around Kampala during our photo-training for the girls, I came across many amazing photography opportunities as is normal when you are doing street photography.Read More
There are so many photo-tours to Uganda but here are the top 5 things that set us apart and make our trip priceless.Read More
When I came up with Triple F Photo Tours and the subsequent philanthropical part of the business Cameras For Girls Uganda, I had no idea how it would turn out – 2 years later and 2 trainings done, I know I am on to something good.Read More
I took on 18 girls for the photo training in Kampala, Uganda. Three of them had their own cameras. One was Joyce.Read More
Patience Natukunda is a young girl, who runs a blog about everything going on in Uganda and joined the training this year to enhance her photos for her blog.Read More
Training girls in photography in Uganda is no easy feat - especially when I live in Canada. Cameras for Girls Uganda is only able to grow by the amazing partnerships I have.Read More
I am fundraising for my 3rd training to happen next August 2020. I just returned in June of this year having trained 18 girls and it was outstanding.Read More
I remember when I first started out in photography this was a difficult concept to grasp at first as I was always using the auto setting but once I got my confidence to move past this and into manual settings and really practice at my craft I started to get it.Read More
Everything in Uganda is so much bigger!!
This was a normal garden snail (about 4" long) we encountered while waiting to be picked up for the first day of the camera training.Read More
This sounds horrible as it implies the first group of girls were not as good or not stellar – nothing is further from the truth.
One of the major aspects of this business is training girls in photography. Therefore bi-weekly I will share the photos and the story of the girls who are taking the training.Read More
Nanyonga Annet is one of my students. She is currently studying Mass Communications and Journalism. She is 20 years old and single.
When not studying at school she is out and about practicing her photography. I am sharing one of her latest images - I am proud of how far she has come in a relatively short time.Read More
Do your 2019 New Years plans include a trip to the African continent?
How about Uganda?Read More
I just got another two donations - I am past the half way mark and on my grand goal $3,000.
The funds will be used to buy camera's for the girls, a computer for the editing lab in Uganda and a rental space with internet access.
Thank you Sheridan College for featuring me in your online alumni magazine. Honored to have the opportunity to share my story.Read More
On our way to the airport for my departure, we were driving on the outskirts of Kampala towards Entebbe, when I saw this little girl sitting next to her mom selling fruits and vegetables.Read More