George Saitoti’s son Zack to launch online magazine -Watch this space

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 – Did you know that the late Minister for security George Saitoti’s son Zack Musengi Saitoti is a photographer and has special interest in graphic designing; well if you did not there is a magazine you need to watch out for.
Watch this space magazine which is an online magazine will premier tonight and its first issue is featuring beautiful Citizen TV’s Janet Mbugua. Zack is the co owner of the company named Cranium Ink which he patners with Jeff Kegeri.
The online magazine will feature Kenya photography and graphic designs and will be housing nine fashion houses including Moo Cow, Janet Mbugua Collection among many others to be featured widely in the online magazine.
The second issue of the magazine will be launched after two months. For more details about Cranium Ink and Watch this Space magazine visit their website

Source:The Kenyan DAILY POST

Zachary Musengi

After high school, where he specialised in sciences, languages and predominantly the arts, Zachary moved to Bristol to pursue two degrees in Graphic Design and Photography. His photography has been described as emotive, often dramatic with dark undertones and yet with a playful twist. Zachary’s interests lie within mainly creative & contemporary photography, stretching to fashion, landscape, surrealist, reportage and staged photography.

Afer leaving university Zachary ran ran his own business, working as freelance photographer & graphic designer. Recently he has branched out into film and has produced several short promotional videos for clients such as Redbull in collaboration with Panhead, a Bristol based record label. Additionally he has been the in house photographer for several magazines, record labels and design companies, such as Soull Motive Records, TRAP Magazine, Fiasco Designs & Weapon of Choice Magazine.

Commercially, Zachary’s work has been appraised both locally and internationally, following several successful exhibitions in London, Bristol and Nairobi. He has had the pleasure of working with an assortment of clients such as Super Super Magazine, Kurt Geiger, ITV Fixers, BBC, Clifton Photographic Company, Fudd Clothing and many more.

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