Reuben + Clara :: Riverside Eng Shoot

What can I say about these two, they are just absolutely fabulous in every way. I was so looking forward to photographing Reuben & Clara just before there wedding and the experience did not disappoint from beginning to end as these two were simply amazing.

Engagement shoots are a great opportunity to capture who a couple is and what they enjoy doing together, as well as give us a chance to get to know each other more .

My favourite part about these photos is that you can see just how smitten these two are, by how they look at each other.

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Colourful & Electric Maxwell + Phylys Nupitals

Engineer meets doctor, not your typical love story but their expressions spoke volumes, they would not want it any other way. Then came love, then marriage…..only they know the rest of their story, they write it as days go by. Back to the day that I had a front row seat to share in the experience, their wedding day; 18th June 2017. Bright Sunday, and the  smile on her face matched the weather perfectly, her mood was infectious, her maids and family all shared in her joy. Finally, one word that summed the mood of the groom, the big day was here, she would be his wife, they would start another chapter in their lives, he simply could not wait. Maroon and navy blue were the theme colors for the day.

Nairobi Central SDA Church, was the destination for the service. In her perfect white gown, and the groom anxiously waiting for his bride, looking sharp in his black suit with a black bowtie to break from the routine tie, they really stood out. He met his bride in the middle of the aisle and accompanied her the rest of the way. Finally, they were here, together, and soon enough they were declared husband and wife, till death did them part. Marist International University College – Karen, was the venue for their reception. The infectious mood spread, the energy, the joy all were ready to celebrate with the couple. Topped up by the shared meal, and the cake for dessert, they had their day, finally!!!

On a day she thought ordinary, he invited her to have dinner with him at  Kempinsky, she was more than happy to oblige. For him though this was a game changer, a day when the course of their relationship would change forever. He got down and one knee and proposed, and fortunately she said yes. This time though, the day was special to both of them, this time they were husband and wife, and it was fit to end the day at this venue that is beyond special in their story.

Maxwell and Phylys, I wish all the best, and may God guide, thank you for inviting me, congratulations.


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Her parents house, guess that is how she would have to refer to the place henceforth, because on this day that would change, on this day she would become Emmanuel’s wife, and together they would have their own home. Thursday, 27th July 2017, it seemed to be a date set, until the day was finally here, he could not wait to see her, and neither could she, on this day they would be wed and start off their new chapter. The color of love was their theme color, red and beige; simple and elegant. The mood was jovial, the grooms family voices could be heard from outside, happily singings ready to take their bride, and the smile on Joy face explained it all, she would not have wanted it any other way, she was ready to bid her single life goodbye. The feeling was mutual, as Emmanuel shared the final meal with his groomsmen, he could not wait to see his bride.

Maxwell Adventist Academy Chapel, the decor was lovely, aisle had red petals all over. His eyes were glued to him, as his were to her as they walked down the aisle in the company of each parents, towards each other. They met at the center of the aisle and the girl was handed to her groom, signifying that they were now one. Joined together before God, they exited the church as husband and wife, ear to ear smiles glued on their faces, they could not wait to celebrate together with family and friends at the reception that would take place at the same venue.

Shared dance, shared meal, shared moment, great celebration that came to be because of two individuals, who met and fell in love, and decided that they were better together as a team, a couple than as individuals. Two individuals that wanted to spend the rest of their life together, share moments, the good and the bad time, build their home and start their family. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. I feel honored to have been part of your celebration.


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Bright Sunday morning, perfect weather even the sun had come out to partake in their day. Finally the day was here, the day Boniface and Beatrice would become husband and wife, the anticipation could be seen in their faces, it was a big day and they could not wait, they were hours away from being Mr. and Mrs. Royal blue and coral were their theme colors, royal blue dresses and a touch of gold and for the ladies, and a coral dress for the best maid; beige pants, navy blue coat, royal blue and white bowties and pocket squares and suspenders to add onto the look of the men. Her gown was perfect and she looked perfect in it, and he could not wait to se her.

Lavington SDA, is where the service would be taking place. It was a sight for sore eyes, colorful petals on the aisle, several flower bouquets on the sides adding on the colorful dressing of family and friends in attendance, the smiles on their faces, the mood was set. The lack of jewelry was barely noticeable for them, they were more than content with finally being husband and wife, on this day, they began a new chapter of their lives.

Norfolk was the venue for the reception, here the celebration continued. Shared food, happy faces, speeches of how Beatrice and Boniface acme to be, advice from peers and parents, memories were made, moments shared and I am thankful that I had the privilege of sharing in your day. May God guide you both in this new chapter of your life.

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James 1:17, “Every good gift and every perfect gift comes from heaven; it comes down from God, the Creator of the heavenly lights, who does not change or cause darkness by turning.”

I prayed for her, she is a gift to me from God.I saw her first in church. I pursued her for one and half years, she was not for the idea, but i did not give up. I knew what I wanted and went for it, I wanted her, so I engaged closely with her friends , so I would get her attention and get to spend time with her. We have an annual church retreat during the easter period, and we ┬áhave a bonding game , where all men and women are required to write their names and drop it in a bowl, one for men and another for the women, and then they would get to pick a name from the bowl of one’s opposite gender. The name one would pick, you had to spend time and treat that individual different. I picked her that helped my case. Eventually, after one and half years, she said yes to be my girlfriend.

I knew she was different, and I treated her as such. I made her a priority and gave her her place in my life, when she needed me, I availed myself. I created time for her, and as I continued to get to know her & after a while we grew in love and inseparable.

On that particular day, she had a clue , but she was not sure. We drove over to Tafariah Castle. The destination was lovely, perfect for the queen that she was, and here I proposed, and she said yes. I cannot express how happy I was to know that soon she will be my wife and I her husband. She is my answered prayer and I will forever be grateful to God for her. I love her longer than forever.




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Myra + Kimm :: KSL Nuptials

I have shot a lot of weddings and Myrah and Kimm wedding has to be one of my favourites. I just love the elegant, fine art look. Not only was everything just drop dead gorgeous thanks to their dream team, but it was so much fun! They had musical acts from their wedding party and family members…but the best was the surprise mash-up dance by Myrah and her Kimm!

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Tom & Eileen :: Engagement /baby bump shoot

Love is a wonderful thing. Not many people can say with great certainty that they knew their spouse was the one from the very first day they saw them. Tom echos that tire’s a story brewed in Kenyatta University. He first saw her at the Bishop Square. Most KU alumni would know where that is. And from the day he first laid my eyes on her, Tom knew straight away that she was the kind of a girl he would love to spend the rest of his life with. He was sure she was his rib. It took Mr Tom Mboya eight good years to put a ring on it. And if he was to do it all over again, He’d marry her again and again.
There journey has been unique and this far its many thanks God for the love His grace, Mercy and love ….

Now unto Him who is able to do immeasurably more than we could ask or imagine, according to the power that worketh in us. Ephesians 3:20