In pre-colonial Kenya a story is told of a saloon built at the heart of an infamous dusty town “Death City” in the Eastern Frontier District. The small town was inhabited by a group of cowboys, war criminals, gunslingers, petty law offenders and filled with all sorts of vice that anyone could ever imagine. Many, especially strangers and men of God, often referred to the town as “The Dead City of East End”. 
Five generations later, a stranger visits the town with a hope to discover the dark history and secrets of the small, infamous town.

Read the whole story and how we did it on our blog: https://www.pekatphotography.com/blog/thesaloon 


PRODUCTION CREDITS;

Kamau Patrick- Photographer
Peter Pekat- Producer
Beata Otieno (Ojwa Styling)- Stylist
Kate Waititu (Kanai Beauties) - Makeup Artist
Annerose Njoroge - Makeup Assistant
Peter Irungu- Guest Assistant
Kelestine Amuga- Guest Assitant
Kwach Godwin- Security
Pro Tisa - Gun Props
Isaac- Driver

Location: The Curragh Irish Pub And Bistro 

TALENTS:
Alex Kirimi- The Stranger
Njuguna Wacheke - Muska, Poker Guy 1
Stephen Ayako - Yelo, Poker Guy 2
Mathangani Kariuki- Blu, Cowboy

(above) Check out a short video clip on YouTube...shot on Samsung s7 & Huawei p8.
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In pre-colonial Kenya a story is told of a saloon built at the heart of an infamous town “Death City” in the Eastern Frontier District. The small Read More
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