Maine: Photographer who turned out to be a visual artist


Often times, most people find it very difficult to leave their chosen career paths and go for something else especially if that job is their 'bread and butter'.

However, that did not seem to be the case for one Karabo Maine, a 36-year-old Mochudi native who swapped his camera and lenses for paint and brush as he ventured into visual arts. In an interview with Arts & Culture, Maine revealed that prior to turning over to visual arts he was a photographer at one local media house.

Maine revealed that he is a qualified photographer after studying Arts at the University of Cape Town. “I worked at the Botswana Gazette as a photographer and Lapologa news company from 2012 till 2014,” said Maine. Maine revealed that as he was still working as a photographer, he got introduced to Bullsheep Creative Studios that helped him reignite his passion for visual arts.

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We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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