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Andrew Andrawes

Born and raised in Nairobi to Egyptian parents, Andrew spent 15 years in the United States before returning to Kenya and joining Angama. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and African Studies from the University of Virginia and an MFA in photography from San Jose State University —where he has also worked, along with various other studios and camera shops. Ask him about his leg tattoo.
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This Week at Angama #257 6 January 2023 Two very special sightings welcome us into the new year — the mighty Shujaa crossing the Mara River and the ever-elusive pangolin captured by one lucky guest By Andrew Andrawes
Behind Jack’s Lens 9 December 2022 Just eight years old, young guest Jack took to photography like a duck to water. His first trip to Africa will always be remembered through these photographs By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #252 2 December 2022 The food chain in the Mara ecosystem is complex but one thing's for sure — you want to be on top of it By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #251 25 November 2022 Christmas has come early for us in the shape of four flopsy cubs as the Angama Pride starts anew. Plus, a rhino crash if there ever was one By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #246 21 October 2022 With the rest of the Migration making its way back into Tanzania, the residents of the Mara Triangle are enjoying some overdue peace and quiet By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #245 14 October 2022 From legends in the making to current kings getting humbled, we're closely following the predator dynamics of the Triangle By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #240 9 September 2022 As the rains continue, the prey is plentiful, bringing all the big cats out to play. Meanwhile, Risasi continues to defy the odds By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #239 2 September 2022 The rain has brought many familiar favourites out in the Triangle — perhaps none more exciting than Shujaa By Andrew Andrawes
Beautiful Darkness 2 September 2022 Beguiled by reports of a mythical black panther, Andrew ventures into the heart of Laikipia to find it By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #233 23 July 2022 After last week's zebra vs. croc sighting, it seems like everyone is feeling a bit nippy lately, plus Andrew discovers a harrowing 2-for-1 kill By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #230 1 July 2022 Andrew savours some of the last quiet moments in the Mara before the arrival of the Great Migration By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #226 3 June 2022 It's early June and small zebra and wildebeest herds have already begun to appear — along with a new pride of lions who seem to know what's to come By Andrew Andrawes
This Week at Angama #221 29 April 2022 Returning to his homeland after a long absence, Andrew is struck by a sense of nostalgia and the excitement of new discoveries all at once By Andrew Andrawes
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