Man can dare dream, Man can actualize the dream, Man is the dream.

This shoot was a long time coming. This is a culmination of a year of planning and hitting snags along the way. The thing with unpaid creative projects is that one has to figure out ways and means to keep the costs of the project as low as possible.

This means milking all social capital available to you.

Yes, I daresay, we even tout the well dreaded ’paying with exposure” line, but not in those exact words. We use colourful words such as ‘collaborate, ‘for our future good’, ‘reduce global warming’ etc

The first plan was to have the shoot back in April, later on we were forced to reschedule to June, the finally it all came to birth in October. The snags included models ‘going mteja’ on material day to the kits guy going missing, to our first Make-Up Artiste being taken in for surgery a week to the shoot date.

The final team included a different shoot assistant, a different MUA, 2 different models and even a different kits supplier.


Photographers: Otieno Nyadimo (ON Photography) https://instagram.com/otienonyadimo )

Okaka Felix (Okaka Photography) ( https://instagram.com/okakafelix )

Shoot Assistants:  Jared Abongo (Forte Images) ( https://instagram.com/forteimages )

Joseph Odinga

Model:  Izuu Fitness ( https://instagram.com/izuufitness )

Make-Up Artiste: Stephen Mwanzia (https://instagram.com/lashup_makeover)

Styling/Kit Supplier: Vincent Machanje

Videographer: Otieno Nyadimo (ON Photography) https://instagram.com/otienonyadimo )

Location: Lukenya Hills

We had banked on a golden hour type of look along the rough African terrain, but clearly the weather
had other plans. We had quite the rainy day atop Lukenya Hills, with no shelter whatsoever. We had to make-do with
what we had.

We were trying as much as possible to freeze motion hence we used High Speed Sync strobes. We had
planned to execute 2 light setups however we found out on set that our lights could not sync hence had
to adapt to a one light setup.

What can we say, we had to pull a ‘Just Do It’

Now, remember the dream I mentioned? Yes, NIKE we see you, we will work together soon.

FUN FACT: NIKE’s slogan “JUST DO IT” was inspired by the last words of a murderer before he was
executed. https://www.pulse.com.gh/bi/strategy/the-sinister-story-of-nikes-just-do-it-slogan-whichwas-
inspired-by-the-last-words-of/d5pc4tb
Man must dream, and dream abundantly.

See the BTS Video Here: https://youtu.be/PX0WdjmKmpc

See the gallery below:

   

See what Nyadimo saw through his lens below;

Watch Out for Part 2 Of Our Project…