Salvador: It’s not Goodbye

My stay in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil ended with a collaborative shoot with artist Jan Siebert for a visual idea I had to share some insight into my Salvador trip through film. Jan went along with my ideas and contributed his own creativity… Here’s a quick edit of some of my fav shots in the… Continue Reading →

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Tabom No Brasil: Arriving in Salvador da Bahia

I arrived in Salvador da Bahia, the land my Tabom ancestors left close to 200 years ago for their freedom in West Africa, more specifically Accra Ghana (then the Gold Coast). I almost didn’t include Salvador in this Brazil trip after flight prices sky rocketed due to the holidays, and my credit card suddenly not… Continue Reading →

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Adjusting to Salvador…

It’s been a while since I updated my blog- apologies! Lets just say I’m adjusting to Salvador! Every corner has something intriguing to offer… And nothing here is done in haste! When I think of Bahia, I immediately think of it’s capital Salvador and it’s strong Afro-Brazilian culture. Little did I know areas of Bahia,… Continue Reading →

When Salvador stole my heart…

A collection of pictures from my first ever visit to Salvador, Bahia in 2009. Little did I know about my ancestral (TABOM) connection with this city. Salvador still managed to leave a profound impact on me with all its glory; from history and culture to the people and food! It’s no wonder I claimed to… Continue Reading →

Tabom in Accra for the ‘The Year of Return’…

2019 has been dubbed ‘The Year of Return‘ by Ghana’s Tourism Board who’s campaign to acknowledge 400 years since the first Trans-Atlantic slave ships left its shores for North America (Virginia), has attracted the Black Diaspora – particularly those from North America, to visit Ghana.

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