I would like to announce that the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) awarded me the distinction of Licentiateship on 25 May 2010. This is the first rung on the ladder of RPS recognition as a photographer. The award was made on the basis of a portfolio of images which I submitted for accreditation. The portfolio was a set of images of African markets taken over a couple of years of travel in southern Africa. The images capture some of the colour and vibrancy of African street life in Uganda, Mozambique and Malawi, as well as some of the poverty and hardship. The portfolio can be seen on the Royal Photographic Society web site and the Season Images African Travel Gallery.
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