Traverse the wild savannas of East Africa, meet the huge herds of grazing herbivores, get a glimpse of the large predators lurking around, observe the melancholy chant of hippos turmoiling the swamps, watch in wonder the immense population of wildebeest desperately forging ahead to their epic journey across the Mara river and get immersed in the emotions of the diligent Maasai tribes that coherently co-exist there. Be entranced by the magic that exudes from the gigantic giant african elephants to silent growls of the majestic lions to the charming cheetahs and the mischievous hyenas.
This publication is a culmination of East African wild environment between Dawn to Dusk, giving you an in-depth picturesque view of the different moods and emotions of the animals, birds and humans, happening real time at various places in East Africa, captured eternally through the photographer’s lens and published in a time capsule.
Both nature, wildlife and humankind create wonders in the mind, leaving traces of unforgettable memories which may be relived with this twelve hours of photographic visual journey to East Africa.
Andy Aditya, a resident of Thailand, has been an experienced start-up entrepreneur by profession. Amidst his regular life of building companies and businesses, he often excels in uplifting this creative urge and channelizes his emotional outbreaks through various media. He loves to travel and believes that every moment in life needs to be captured and seen later in a different perspective. Andy’s passion for the Digital Media started almost two decades back when the media was in it’s nascent stage. His training on Multimedia helped him to work with leading Advertising, Publishing and Media houses on various projects including Animation and Post production projects.In the past, he had been involved in creation and conceptualization of several projects which infuses technology, media and design, giving compelling visual experiences. As an amateur in photography, Andy does have a dream to distribute his works of passion to the mass.