There are almost 300 photos on this page. Some are NSFW.
Here are my AfrikaBurn 2017 Photos!
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This was my first AfrikaBurn. I went with my friend Scott and it was everything I hoped for and then some. The AfrikaBurn community is full of really wonderful and fascinating people. It was a pleasure to photograph them become part of their community.
This was posted May 10th 2017 and was updated May 19th. (added a link to Scott’s images below)
First and foremost I would like to thank my wife Dorothy for allowing to go all the way to South Africa to shoot this. Thank you sweetie! Second, a huge thank you to Scott London. Couldn’t have done it without you man! You can see Scott’s photos from Afrikaburn here.
Also huge shout out to Monique Schiess, Johan, Steven, T, Saketi, Valentine, and Kevin. Finally thanks to the entire AfrikaBurn community for allowing me to photograph all the things.
To learn more about AfrikaBurn visit: AfrikaBurn.com
This is Kenze. He’s my elephant. Well he’s not really my elephant but my family is fostering him along with several other elephants. For Christmas this year my family decided to skip the crass commercial part of Christmas and give to various charities instead. My father had recently been to Africa and saw many elephants in the wild. As a result he felt it was appropriate to sponsor 4 elephants for 1 year for my siblings and I! One elephant for each sibling. This is probably the best Christmas gift I’ve ever received. The idea is that you foster an orphaned elephant and help pay for them to be cared for until they’re ready to be released back into the wild.
The amazing story of Kenze’s rescue and his current situation below. GO KENZE!