So, I stepped out of my books and into the real world for Actionaid’s Art for Development Initiative (Art4Dev).
Actionaid Nigeria if you didn’t already know, is a non-profit organisation with international presence, working with the poor ans excluded communities to promote the rights of people living in poverty and they take it seriously.
haven’t been posting twice weekly like I planned to because I’ve been more focused on my photography business. If you follow this blog, you’ll already know that I make stock images and sell on a number of platforms to earn extra cash to keep this blog up.
Following the title, I came across this informal blog post theme and loved the idea of having a chit-chat and catching up with my readers on the little things in my life that don’t necessarily make it into my other blog posts. However, a huge concern was the fact that “having coffee” or tea as a social experience is not part of our Nigerian culture.
It’s the very first time I’ve been nominated for any blogging award, so I’m pleasantly surprised and quite thankful.
I’ve been dying to get a new camera, and after weeks of extensive research, I’m obsessed with getting the Nikon D5300 and a super wide-angle lens!
I’m not a makeup kind of girl. The best I’ve done in more than two years is plaster on some lipstick and eye liner, and off I go!
With the evolution of smartphones and their accompanying cameras, and being named Word of the Year by Oxford Dictionary in 2013, the selfie is here to stay.