Makenna Kesh Nthamba is a Nairobi based Documentary Photographer and Cinematographer (DoP) specialising in storytelling, environmental portraits, editorial and photojournalism photography. The primary focus of her work revolves around preventive...
Focus:Photojournalist, Photo Assistant, Documentary, Photo Editor, Photography, Storyteller, Visual Artist, Still Photographer, Studio Photographer, Landscape, Portrait Photography
Skills:Audio Recording, Adobe InDesign, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Storyboarding, Technical Drawing, Typography, Video Editing, Sound Design, Film Processing, Film Photography, Cinematographer, Colorist
Mamlaka Hill Chapel reopened her doors to the public for community Friday Prayers about six months since the onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Nairobi, Kenya, in June 19, 2020. New protocols for Friday Prayers and other services were subsequently set and duly followed in the following months during the pandemic. Prior to this breath of fresh air, in compliance with the Covid19 protocols set by Kenya's Ministry of Health (MOH), public fellowship was discontinued. This meant more safety for Mamlaka's congregants and her staff members. The interior sanctuary underwent creative transformation in order to accommodate these measures in the filming and recording of all services such as Sunday School, Sunday Community Fellowship, Limitless Youth Ministry and others. This is a photo series that goes to show the worst can still bring out the best in us.