I was born on the 19th of May 1987 in a place of cool waters [Nairobi!]. I guess I was reared into the world with an eye for interesting things.
I was raised here for my first two tender years before father [Quintile M.] took us to live in the productive hills of Kiambu. The central province of our African country Kenya. I was comforted by the greens, clean air and the greater queries of life here. I felt a first love in our little town...and my mother [Euphesia P.] was the queen of that world then. Still is.
I spent most of my primary and secondary education years here, before moving back to Nairobi to study for my undergraduate degree. I love man, and like them, I carry a few vices with me. Usually for the occasion of pleasure. I LIVE A FULL HUMAN LIFE and I try not to pretend too much. I met music when I could tell it from noise, tender age of 2. With it came a love the unknown, hence my current affinity to philosophy. I read extensively on this subject, a lot of poetry and write some of my own.
I also read on ancient civilizations, surreal writings and epic pieces if I get my hands on them. I hold some political views, religious beliefs…picked up from every faith. I play part of an immense universe, and sometimes I feel a need to leave a dent. My first and lasting impression on everyone.
Life here in Kenya makes you more African like the trees that grow on it. The beasts that trod with quite paws or heavy thuds. In this place I picked a rhythm and tempo, which I have many a moment used in my themes.
I live with special persons, both impressionable and a little less. I would like for many to see my world, come visit and tour the famed game parks and reserves. Most of all, I want the people of the world to love one another. I intend on living my philosophy that am capable of anything if not everything.
I live life, like any other on the far corners and vast of the globe. I am an artist, so I draw often and paint whenever the time is available. I have a way of looking at things, and my work tells.
I hope some day I will avail to some repute on my works…
And probably be said, “ I was capable of anything if not everything.”