Antony Kaminju is a renowned Photographer, Media Producer & Academic, originally from Kenya and currently living in South Africa. He is a facilitator of documentary photography studies at the Market Photo Workshop (www.photomarketworkshop.co.za) in South Africa, a leading Photography Institute in the African continent. He has also lectured at University of Witwatersrand and as a visiting lecturer at University of Johannesburg. He is former Photographic editor of the Nation Media group Kenya, East and Central Africa’s largest media house. His work has been published by international agencies, Reuters, Aljazeera, BBC among others. He has also exhibited widely including twice at the Bamako Biennale, Mali and his work is part of art collection by the Agence Francaise de Development (AFD) in France and the Wedge Gallery in Toronto, Canada. He is the founding editor of Photohadithi (www.photohadithi.org), a collaborative visual platform whose integral mission is to nurture and explore on different forms of visual story telling. Antony also has experience as a digital content writer & creator for international brands such as AB- InBev and M-NET. He holds a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Media studies –University of Witwatersrand and Diplomas in Photography, Communication & Documentary studies from International Institute of Journalism- Berlin, the Market Photo workshop, South Africa & The technical university of Kenya. He is currently an MA candidate by research in Film & Television studies at University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.