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Mia Collis

Mia Collis

Mia Collis has a respected photo-documentary track record stretching back 8 years in East Africa and around the world. Born in Kenya, educated in Britain with a major in Anthropology, she’s currently based out of Nairobi.

Ongoing multi-year projects include photo documentation of the battle against drug addiction on the East African coast; the role of courage and love following a spina bifida birth, and a technically complicated mother/daughter portrait series revealing years of change.

Awards and honours: National Geographic 'Editors Pick' twice. Production Manager on 2 successive IMAX 3D/Warner Bros. wildlife features: “Born to be Wild” (2011), and “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” (2014), both went to theaters worldwide.Contributions: London’s “Libertine Magazine” , “Comic Relief” (UK) “DieWelt” (Germany), “Borsen” (Denmark),“Dagens Industri” (Sweden), CNNs “Photoblog” (USA), New York Times ” Lens Blog”(USA), Today’s Zaman (Turkey), World Literature Today Magazine (USA), Global Post (Boston), PBS News Hour (USA), USAID “Front Lines” cover,

Dust Bath

This picture was taken in Amboseli National Park on the Kenya Tanzania border just below Mt. Kilimanjaro. It was an...

£180.00

Kids

When you photograph people in colour, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in black and white,...

£180.00

Celebration of the goddess

Celebrating Diwali 'festival of light' in the Asian African community in Kenya. One of the most important celebrations...

£180.00

Flood 1

This picture was taken on the shores of Lake Naivasha in the rift valley Kenya. It’s part of an art-photography series...

£180.00

Dancing with Disability 3

For over a year I worked with a dance group in Nairobi consisting mainly of dancers with physical disabilities. In...

£180.00

Dancing with Disability 1

For over a year I worked with a dance group in Nairobi consisting mainly of dancers with physical disabilities. In...

£180.00

Dancing with Disability 2

For over a year I worked with a dance group in Nairobi consisting mainly of dancers with physical disabilities. In...

£180.00

Tsavo Dust Bath 1

Elephant orphanage in Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

£180.00

Tsavo Dust Bath 3

Elephant orphanage in Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

£180.00

Tsavo Dust Bath 4

Elephant orphanage in Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

£180.00

Tsavo Dust Bath 5

Elephant orphanage in Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

£180.00

Samburu Wedding

An authentic Samburu blessing located in the The Milgis, Kenya. Fire was made with sticks and elephant dung; elders...

£180.00

Avenue Of The Baobabs

A group of herdsmen drive their cattle through Baobab Avenue, somewhere in Madagascar.

£180.00