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Behind the Closed Doors of Segera’s Explorer Lounge

Mike Boyd steps into a past of snug leather sofas, old libraries and worn leather, as he explores the Explorer Lounge at Segera Retreat

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Arts and Crafts , Laikipia , North of Angama , Out of Africa , Segera Retreat

About: Michael Boyd

Michael Boyd is a peripheral member of the Angama Mara family. Mike has worked at various film festivals, including Telluride and Sundance, and in the acquisitions department at Dogwoof Pictures. He is the former director of the Cambridge African Film Festival and Communications Manager for Take One, the official review publication for the Cambridge Film Festival, where he worked for seven years before returning home to Africa to teach high school English at Lebone II. Most recently, Mike has assisted the Angama Mara team in curating our DVD library of over 100 African films – from hard hitting African documentaries to The Lion King and everything in between.

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