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
When we lived in Uganda the roads were paved and there was abundant electricity - however after the expulsion of the Indians, the electrical power grid had rampant outages and the roads went un-repaired.Read More
When I came up with this initiative, I had no idea how it would turn out – 2 years later and 2 trainings done, I know I am on to something good.
As a past producer in the film and television industry, I first went to Uganda in 2007 to do a documentary about the exile my family and I experienced under dictator Idi Amin in 1972. I knew I wanted to change the plight of girls in Uganda, but I just did not know what it was at the time.Read More
On our way into Murchison National Park for Safari, we came upon these two frisky Olive Baboons getting it on. Thankfully our patient driver Fred waited while we snapped away.Read More
Growing up, I never had the chance to travel and now that’s all I wish to do. At Triple F Photo Tours, I not only get to travel but I also get to give back, which brings me much happiness and joy.Read More
Nakasero Market sits in the heart of Kampala. People sell everything; fruit, nuts, fresh meat, chickens (live), fish, electronics - you can buy anything at Nakasero Market - literally!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