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Zambia in Concert

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Music has always been a huge part of my life but for the longest time I always wanted to interpret what the music felt like to me in pictures, for other people to feel what I felt. This

Is what pushed me Live/Music Photography.

Photography has given me the opportunity to captivate the richness and beauty of the culture. After all is said and done all we have is memories and pictures, that is why I try to document as much as I can about the culture.


Put your hands up one time for Bobby East. The man deserves a lot of love for his stellar work.
Bombshell’s confidence and stage presence is unmatched.

She is a true queen and an amazing performer.
The crowd’s response to Burna Boy’s music was overwhelming. I had not seen anything like it in a long time. The African giant gave his all on stage and the audience loved it.
Violinist Caitlin De Ville dares to be different on stage. She brings a modern spin to a classical instrument. You are fully captivated by her sound from beginning to end.

Chef 187 always captivates the audiences from the moment he is on stage. Each set feels like it deserves an encore
Jay Rox has the greatest dynamism and exuberance on stage. When I see him perform I always anticipate a moment when something crazy is going to happen and this was one of them.

Jump lion, jump!
Macky 2 always has this boundless energy on stage. It feels like he is calling you to join in his performance.

It’s a journey, that’s what makes his shows memorable.
Music transcends language. It has a way of bringing up strong emotions in you, even if you don’t understand the language it’s delivered in. Once Sho Majodzi stepped on stage it was evident that we all truly speak one language of music and love

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