Young Cameroonian Narrative Photographer Published by the UN
There aren’t many photographers in Cameroon who do abstract/narrative photography- photos that can speak a thousand words on their own.
Kreative Kwame describes himself as an “experimental storyteller”. His recent photo series titled “See No Color” has gained him international exposure, as he has been featured in two TOP 50 contests worth $1000 each on the photo contest app *AGORA* (#Family2020, #Beauty2020).
The Buea based photographer is putting the country on the map with his unique style of photography. Hard to believe he is just 1 year into photography, as he started April 2019 with his iPhone 7, which he still shoots with.
He is also rumoured to be affordable. Contact him via email here firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can follow & visit his website.
Twitter : https://twitter.com/kreativekwame