Barry Awe’dhiambo

Posted on May 19, 2016

My 2nd short feature article of Art @ the Bus weekend-Volume two spotlights Barry Awe'dhiambo. I met Barry during the weekender and his photography installation at the premise stood out...where countless number of folks passed by to have their photos snapped by this talented young man. His style, framed Anamorphism, was one that I had not seen before and this is what prompted this interview, curious to know a thing or two about his heart's ...

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Art @ The Bus Weekend

Posted on May 18, 2016

Have you ever tried figuring out what heaven will be like? This near-mystical place beyond the clouds that promises an eternal state of bliss, void of earthly pain and sorrow? Have you? Have you seen yourself walking the streets of Gold and fist bumping an 8-foot angel as he walked past you? And the wonder of seeing him fly off (extra fluffy wings and all) to duty calls as he looked back over his shoulder and said “tuchekiane baadaye!” Hmmm? ...

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Jinna Mutune

Posted on May 16, 2016

Jinna Mutune is a film producer and director that I'm proud to know. She is passionate about telling stories that inspire, educate and motivate society by using the glamour of film to mobilize people towards humanitarian causes. She is a multi-cultural filmmaker who has directed and produced films, music videos and theatrical plays both in America and Africa. She is the founder of Pegg Entertainment, the company that produced 'Leo', a well-c...

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Peng Chen

Posted on November 4, 2015

Top of the reasons why I'm passionate about publishing profiles of different people is because it's an opportunity for me to learn from others. I draw tons of inspiration when I hear first hand about the life journey's of everyday men and women who are relentless in pursuing their hopes and dreams. (It explains why I'm a huge fan of talk shows like Wendy Williams and The Real...or any other talk show that features human interest stories ).  I'm ...

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Michelle Morgan

Posted on November 3, 2015

The first time I came across miss Morgan was through my twitter timeline. I was casually checking out tweets and trending topics like usual, when I noticed guys everywhere talking about this gorgeous lass who had just joined Citizen TV. Well, my interest was aroused. The casual browsing now switched to professional online stalking. My sitting posture even changed! And you can blame it on my curiosity. Anyway, as I combed through more details on ...

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Posted on October 9, 2015

After doing exceedingly well with her first feature film ‪Leo, Jinna Mutune is riding on a new wave of creative energy as she embarks on her 2nd film project, CHEP The Movie. This new film is a fictional drama that captures the heart of Kenyans and their early beginnings in long distance running supremacy. At a time when female runners were almost unheard of, CHEBET overcomes prejudice, hardship and in the end, her own fears by challenging ...

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Tania Laden

Posted on March 17, 2015

One of the joys of profiling interesting personalities is that any single day of the calendar has enough potential to bring my way someone who has an inspiring story to share. So towards the end of last year, I got an invite to a birthday party and this is where I met miss Laden who was also in attendance. And as you'd expect of any birthday party, this day had nothing but tons of merry making..and somewhere in between the loud music, dancing ...

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Suzie Beauty Ltd Partnership

Posted on January 5, 2015

I picked up doing interviews on my blog in 2011. When I started, I used the free wordpress platform to publish interviews and other short features. (Just the same way we never throw away our old text books, I decided to let that old blog stay. Its a constant reminder of where this blogging journey began. See it for yourself here) Anyway, after I got done with the first interview, the obvious question was "Who's next?"...and that is how the ...

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Suzie Wokabi

Posted on December 23, 2014

I draw a lot of inspiration from listening to other people share their own life stories. And the first time I heard about Suzie Wokabi was when she did an interview with Jeff Koinange on Capital Talk a while back. I remember being totally blown away when she spoke on end on how she started Kenya's first cosmetic line, Suzie Beauty Ltd. I was immensely impressed when she talked about how she sat down with chemists to develop her ...

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Wanjira Longauer

Posted on December 8, 2014

So the first time I saw Wanjira Longauer was sometime in May this year. Out of my love for radio, I decided to be part of this year's Capital Fm's presenter search dubbed the Capital one. Luckily enough I got to the final 6 contestants..and this bunch of 6 cool humans had the privilege of going to the studios and co-host with Capital Fm presenters for a week. Together with my good friend Simon, we were assigned the morning show, Capital in the ...

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