Born in Kenya and also practicing in South Africa, Antony Kaminju is a Documentary photographer, multimedia producer and educator. His photographic work, writings and film gives evidence that he is a keen observer of everyday life and intrigued by moments of performance, identity, urban spaces and pop culture. With a solid background in Photojournalism, his editorial work has been published and reviewed by local and International media such as Mail & Guardian, Reuters, The Sunday times, BBC and Aljazeera just to mention a few. Over the years he has been facilitator of documentary photography studies at the Market Photo Workshop in South Africa. He has also served as a lecturer at University of Witwatersrand - Journalism department as well as a visiting lecturer at University of Johannesburg Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture. Kaminju is a self driven creative, extremely passionate about all things visual. His work has been exhibited widely and twice at the Bamako Biennale, Mali. His work is also part of art collection by the Agence Francaise de Development (AFD) in France and the Wedge Gallery in Toronto, Canada. Kaminju holds a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Media studies –University of Witwatersrand and Diplomas in Photography from International institute of Journalism- Berlin and the Market Photo workshop, South Africa as well as MA candidate by research in Film & Television studies at University of Witwatersrand, South Africa.