Tracing an African tribe’s struggle to survive in the Kenyan desert. Capturing the complexities that come with ritual and tradition in a technology driven world, these images are often full of contrast. The land, dry with water is rich with oil. The people, rigorously true to tradition, and customs are often seen holding mobile phones and contemporary weapons of warfare.
Marina Shacola (b. 1963, Cyrpus) is a photographer living and working between Cyprus and Kenya. Working specifically within the fields of portraiture and street photography, Marina began her career as a photographer for leading lifestyle magazines in Cyrpus. More recently Shacola has focused on projects concerning humanitarian and social issues on an international level.