I was born in Tanzania but emigrated from Tanzania to the United Kingdom
at the tender age of two. The UK has been my home ever since.
Growing up in the UK, I developed an interest in science, engineering,
geography, and art. At school, my career aspirations oscillated between
earth sciences, physics, and electronics, but I eventually settled on studying a degree in electrical and electronic engineering. After
graduating, I took up a career in telecommunications, data networks and,
more recently, cyber security, but I retained my interests in earth
sciences and art.
I have also developed a passion in travel
photography, pedalling furiously on my mountain bike, and travelling off
the beaten path to far flung places; seeing the natural world, and the
people in their varied cultures, is quite exhilarating, and I hope to
have captured their beauty and fragility in my
phrase “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints” has
been a continual guide in my travels, creating a “silent nomad” no less.
But I do take more than just pictures, and I leave with more than just
footprints; these are memories, emotions, and friendship.
many of my images such as photographs and digital paintings. The
photographs have an emphasis on my travels, where I hope to have brought
out the magic and character of the places I've visited. I've also linked
to my blog
where I rant
and rave, mainly about absurdity and irrationality, but can include
articles on almost any topic ranging from mountain biking equipment to
colour management work-flows. Perhaps there's something there that might