Ajambule Media

Ajambule Media came about in 2010 as a way to share the photos and videos I was creating while living in Mozambique, Africa. The Facebook page is still available and the Internet Archive Wayback Machine can give you a good idea of what the site used to look like back when it was being updated. Sick in Africa, the documentary series, began filming in April 2015. Ajambule Media served as my launching point for general info and updates but has now been replaced with SickinAfrica.com. Expat Media Pro, another entity of mine with a different media focus, started in 2015. Clients accepted under that identity are not listed below. See ExpatMediaPro.com for more details.

Some of my past clients include the following:

  • Fundaçao Missão Paulo Moçambique (2008-2016) – My family and I were privileged to work with this group in Mozambique since 2008. FMPM works in the area of spiritual and community development with the Muslim Yawo peoples of northern Mozambique. [Facebook]
  • Global Interaction (2010-2015) – Global Interaction is an Australian organization that assists in a number of spiritual development and social projects in Malawi, Mozambique and other nations.
  • Wycliffe Bible Translators / Lutheran Bible Translators / Agência Presbiteriana de Missões Transculturais / New Tribes Mission (2014) – film & photography of a New Testament Bible dedication in northern Brazil [Brazil posts on my personal blog]
  • FRELIMO (2009-2015) – This ruling Mozambican political party has had numerous political campaigns that I have filmed and photographed over the years as a service to the government.
  • RENAMO (2015) – Mozambique’s opposition political party held a rally in Mandimba. [YouTube]
  • Biblioteca Comunitária de Mandimba (2013-2015) – Ongoing film, photography & social media for a community library based in northern Mozambique [YouTube]
  • Primeira Igreja do Provincia Niassa, Moçambique (2014) – Documentário curta (16 min.) sobre a primeira igreja (Católico) estabelecida na Província do Niassa, Moçambique, perto da cidade atual de Mandimba. [YouTube]
  • AQSA – This Muslim charity based in Malawi distributed bicycles and sewing machines in the village in which I lived in Mozambique.
  • CURE Hospital (2011) – Assisted with a photo shoot used for an updated brochure. If you’re not familiar with CURE and their excellent services, check out their main international website or view the Malawi site.
  • Gel_Show (2010) – a local musical artist based out of Mandimba, Mozambique [YouTube]
  • Mandimba Alliance Mozambique Africa (MAMA / 2010) – MaMa was a U.K. charity focusing on improving nutrition and health in Mandimba, Mozambique. In September of 2010, I uploaded a group of images focusing on empowering women near the village of Chanika, as well as a few photos from the health outpost at Lissiete.
  • Estamos (2009-2010) – a Mozambican NGO that works in the area of sanitation and HIV/AIDS education. I provided photo & video materials for their promotional needs.
  • Yawo of Niassa (2008) – a short documentary about the Yawo people of Niassa Province, Mozambique [YouTube]
  • Chiponde Rural Library (2008) – [YouTube]
  • Partners in Holistic Development (2003-2007) – Partners works in the Mangochi District of Malawi doing community and spiritual development and Bible translation. I assisted in creating numerous promotional materials, including photographs, videos and websites.
  • Wedding Photography – Doug & Chloe were married in December 31st, 2013 in Blantyre, Malawi. Rolf & Natasha, also of Blantyre, tied the knot in April of 2010 along the lakeshore of Lake Malawi. Dan & Merin were married in December 2009 in Thyolo, Malawi.


Video production has been a part of my life since 1993 when I worked as an assistant in industrial and wedding videography. I obtained a Bachelors of Arts in 1995 in Audio & Video Production and an Masters of Arts in Digital Storytelling in September 2016. Much of my work in Africa has focused on promotional work for various groups as well as cultural events that I filmed for the Mozambican government and various village elders.

In 2015 I spent 10 months filming Yawo Muslims in my area as they sought help for their illnesses in order to get a better understanding of the unique beliefs and practices at work. This work will become an online series in which each episode will focus on various topics so that those doing health in Africa can better understand how these things work. To learn more see SickinAfrica.com.