Photographer Makes Homeless Couple Look Like Fashion Models – Video


They’ve both been homeless for a while now. They met each other on the streets of Nairobi where they both lived, and before long, their friendship blossomed into real love. And they’ve now been made the subjects of an inspiring photoshoot, thanks to a local photographer who works under the name of Muchiri Frames.

He came across the couple in one of the city’s parks and together with his team, decided to do something special for Day.

He asked Sammy if he’d ever been in love and immediately, ‘his eyes lit up and the question almost seemed therapeutic as he started describing his girlfriend’.

The photographer says: ‘It was almost unbelievable that love would conform to such settings, a complete s-lap on the many things we have forcefully evolved love to’.

He decided to give Sammy and his girlfriend a proper makeover to celebrate their special relationship on the day.

‘Under the inspiration of love in its simplest form, we celebrated Valentine‘s with these amazing souls and came out with great testimonies,’ he says on his website.

‘Indeed, beneath all the dirt, tattered clothes and slurred speeches there lies beautiful individuals who would thrive like the rest of us if we offered them the opportunities.

‘Love doesn’t discriminate, here is proof.’ Scroll down for more images and video.

This is how people reacted to this post:

PURITY MITHIKAYou guys mde me cry and changed my outlook on street children. Underneath the tattered clothes and dirt is someone like me.

Mercy KiririWow! Wow! Wow! Wooooow!!! This is incredibly amazing.

Muchiri, my colleague/ classmate this is pure blessing to the couple. Be blessed to the heights together with the crew.

Jane LoiseWaah never despise situation you in, God will use it to turn thing around for better. Thank you photographer. God bless

Achwiti The ComedianAnd thats how u know how God can transform lives..the song story came first and later the cast followed..that song was really meant for them..

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