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Samburu Wedding-Small
Mia Collis

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Samburu Wedding-Small
Mia Collis

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An authentic Samburu blessing located in the The Milgis, Kenya. Fire was made with sticks and elephant dung; elders walked for 50miles; warriors were adorned with feathers; women adorned with beads and ochre.

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,

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