My name is Moses Waswa, I’m a Ugandan native, born of the Buganda tribe. I found my passion for photography while working for an NGO called Watoto.

My driving force as a documentary photographer is exploring culture, traditions and the human condition. Real people and real life stories of those affected by this world’s atrocities and telling them in a single image.

I am the husband to a woman who shares my passion for humanitarian work and expresses that through video.

I am also a PROUD father of two amazing children.

Our home base is Victoria, Canada, but our work keeps our heart and often feet in Africa.

I have worked for various NGOS such as The World Food Program, Watoto, Oxfam, and USAID.

It’s the people that drive us, it’s their stories that inspire us……and hopefully you too.


5 Responses to About

  1. Thanks for this blog Wasswa. The world has been waiting.

  2. Tanya says:

    This is amazing what your doing Wasswa. That you are inspired to look at photography in this perspective. looking at your pictures so far I can definetely say they speak to me and I know this will go some where and speak to many as well. To make that difference.

  3. Ian Homer says:

    Moses, Just caught your pics via Watoto on Twitter. Fanatstic set of very well seen images. Keep up the good work!

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