As you most likely know before even getting to this page, I write, and share vlogs on Travel and Lifestyle, where I talk about choice interesting topics, personal to political; sometimes I even let the wine speak through me.

However I get most of my inspiration from deeply enjoying and savouring nature, beautiful sights and great architecture. Almost more than that, I enjoy taking photographs of them and freezing it in time. Click this link to see my portfolio of everyday life and travels! They make great wallpapers, that’s for sure!

I refused to put any pressure on my art to pay my bills, so I founded Hephiebrown.com, an e-commerce website where everything artsy finds expression in form. You’ll find the coolest jewellery, home decor, arts and crafts that I make by hand; with a unique eye and with all my love. You can also buy stylish kinky and curly crochet hairs, fit for the African Woman.

Hephie’s Kitchen was launched to satisfy the taste buds of West African expats in Kenya who long to relive memories of frequently enjoyed West African meals while living and working in Kenya. My partner and I stuck with the “cloud model” in running Hephie’s Kitchen as a strategic business move towards aligning with the times (the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak) and more importantly in keeping with emerging trends around the future of the HoReCa industry.

I have a public policy and development gig that has me doing research and consultancy work on freelance basis, when not doing that, I’m helping SMEs build a solid brand, creating Digital marketing growth hacking models, and sharing offshore procurement wisdom that ensures they avoid seen and unseen pitfalls.