A week from today I will be getting on a plane heading to East Africa and Tanzania. I have been preparing for months. I will visit the world renowned serengeti and the ngorongoro crater with my sketchbook in hand, documenting my experience. For the second part of my trip I will be visiting the Hadzabe people near lake Eyasi, one of the few people on the planet that still maintain a predominantly hunter gatherer lifestyle.
Follow my progress on my instagram.
I also plan on publishing pages from my journals in “Intertropical Impressions” an upcoming travel narrative.
Thanks to John Muir Laws for initiating this adventure.
Here is a short video about the Hadzabe and their diet from National Geographic photographer Matthieu Paley.