What is it with women and receipts hoarding in our bags? #springcleaning #receipts #trash #tickets #vouchers

What is it with women and receipts hoarding in our bags? #springcleaning #receipts #trash #tickets #vouchers

Stuck in the library with this view. #joy #springsunshine #uni #photography #essay #focused #deadlinelooming #threethousandwords  (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

Stuck in the library with this view. #joy #springsunshine #uni #photography #essay #focused #deadlinelooming #threethousandwords (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

eastafricaart:

James Muriuki, Cycles series (2005)

James Muriuki is a photographer and graphic designer. He featured in the exhibition “Snap Judgements: New Positions in Contemporary African Photography” (International Center of Photography, New York, and touring 2006-2008) curated by Okwui Enwezor and in “Africa.dot.com” (Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, 2008), curated by Deborah Stokes. He has also exhibited in “In Passing” (Alliance Française, Nairobi, 2007), a two-person exhibition with award-winning Madagascar photographer Pierrot Men.
James Muriuki is a curator at the Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art (RaMoMA), Nairobi, where is has worked since its opening in 2001. Established with the support from the Ford Foundation and the Rahimtulla Trust, RaMoMa is one of the leading contemporary art venues in Kenya. RaMoMa holds regular exhibitions, educational workshops and publishes Msanii, a quarterly magazine on Nairobi’s visual arts scene.
James Muriuki has a B.A. in Design from the University of Nairobi.

eastafricaart:

James Muriuki, Cycles series (2005)

James Muriuki is a photographer and graphic designer. He featured in the exhibition “Snap Judgements: New Positions in Contemporary African Photography” (International Center of Photography, New York, and touring 2006-2008) curated by Okwui Enwezor and in “Africa.dot.com” (Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, 2008), curated by Deborah Stokes. He has also exhibited in “In Passing” (Alliance Française, Nairobi, 2007), a two-person exhibition with award-winning Madagascar photographer Pierrot Men.

James Muriuki is a curator at the Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art (RaMoMA), Nairobi, where is has worked since its opening in 2001. Established with the support from the Ford Foundation and the Rahimtulla Trust, RaMoMa is one of the leading contemporary art venues in Kenya. RaMoMa holds regular exhibitions, educational workshops and publishes Msanii, a quarterly magazine on Nairobi’s visual arts scene.

James Muriuki has a B.A. in Design from the University of Nairobi.

(Source: creativeafricanetwork.com)

Essay Crunch Time #photography #uni #uniwest #essay #essentialreading #threethousandwords #focused  (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

Essay Crunch Time #photography #uni #uniwest #essay #essentialreading #threethousandwords #focused (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

Today for lunch: Chips + Peas smothered in #ketchup and #mayo #guiltypleasure #chipslover #bliss (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

Today for lunch: Chips + Peas smothered in #ketchup and #mayo #guiltypleasure #chipslover #bliss (at University of Westminster - Harrow Campus)

Ripped II #billboards #ads #photography  (at Harrow-on-the-Hill London Underground Station)

Ripped II #billboards #ads #photography (at Harrow-on-the-Hill London Underground Station)

Ripped I #billboards #ads #photography  (at Harrow-on-the-Hill London Underground Station)

Ripped I #billboards #ads #photography (at Harrow-on-the-Hill London Underground Station)

Listen and Learn

When businesses go bust #photography #documentary #groceries #clubbing  (at Ilford Hill Busstop)

When businesses go bust #photography #documentary #groceries #clubbing (at Ilford Hill Busstop)

That incenerator again - always different when photographed. Love it! #photography #structures #uni #clouds #art  (at Northwick Park)

That incenerator again - always different when photographed. Love it! #photography #structures #uni #clouds #art (at Northwick Park)