Silverless Gin Latest


Then get in contact with us to chat about working together on a similar project for your business.

Contact Us


Ewaso Village visit, Loisaba, Kenya

We first visited the Ewaso Village in 2015, when we photographed the (then) new Loisaba Tented Camp. That contact is why we chose to work with this remarkable women’s co-operative when we were looking for someone to make the neck beads for our Silverless Gin project.

Having worked remotely with the ladies, through the unflappable Milly Kwatoa, it was incredible to visit once again, this time see our beads being made first hand.

Using skills learned from their mothers when they were children, these colourfully-beaded ladies sing, laugh and gossip as they do their incredibly intricate work. Many of the ladies come from difficult home-lives, and all are extremely poor, so beadwork provides an essential income for them and their extended families.

To date they have made over 1,000 beaded collars for us.

Other News


Getting our kicks experimenting with photography techniques

The Silverless studio is always a hive of activity but when our very own Tae Kwon Do Master/Senior Designer, Mitch…

Read More


Moving to Kenya

Our frequent photography trips across Africa typically provide us with the clarity to sense-check that we’re happy with where our…

Read More


A learning Curve

I was always taught that to design is to plan. To set out rules and follow them. Grids, guides, spacing…

Read More