Alexander Van Enst

became interested in photography while working in Africa for humanitarian NGOs. In 2010 he decided to continue its engagement as a photographer in DRC. It completes there a documentary work committed on subjects of companies and problems related to the human rights. It also covers the topicality there as photo correspondent for the France Presse Agency until December 2011. He now lives in Paris. His work is regularly rewarded.

Colin Delfosse

Colin Delfosse was born in 1981 in Bruxelles. He is working as a freelance photograph. Graduated from the Journalism faculty and freelance photographer, Colin Delfosse founds in 2007 the collective Out of Focus. Winner of several awards, his work is shown at « Visa pour l’Image » in Arles and Sète in 2013. He has published in the New York Times, Photo Raw, Inrocks, Jeune Afrique, Le Monde, etc. His projects lead him often to the DRC.


The man with the red glasses! Economist, financial adviser, Pierre-Alexandre crosses the world as often as he can to discover new places out of the tracks. Travel is a passion, but not only! After having lived on four continents, the more he travels, the more he accepts there is a lot more to discover. But most important in life remains family and friends! A great day can always start by a dive with the sharks or a great round of golf, but also by shopping for new ingredients for a nice dinner. Follow Pierre-Alexandre on his next adventures, with passion, around the world!

Belgian photographer born in Kinshasa, Kris regularly publishes in GEO and National Geographic Magazine, travelling accross Africa, in DRC amongst others for his work about the Congo River. He realizes a photo report for Hamaji Magazine.


She is an independent journalist and the managing editor of the ELLE magazine. Caroline Six has been a reporter in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2011 after a first visit in 2008. She has also worked with Radio Okapi during the general elections. She now lives in Paris.

Alexander Van Enst

Currently studying Business at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, Maxime Delafoy writes for Hamaji Magazine her first article in a brand new section entitled « The Chronicles of an African Missioner ». Ever since she was very young, she has been a fan of travels and is constantly in search for new ‘places to be’ and experiences to share.

Alexander Van Enst

Born in Belgium in 1981, Alexander discovered Africa during humanitarian missions in Uganda, Mali and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2011, he finally devoted himself to photography and education projects for refugees. His photographic work highlights a positive and modern Africa.


Dutch photographer Robbert Koene has firmly set down roots in Cape Town for the past 30 years during which he photographed many successful campaigns for clients locally and abroad and became well known for his finely crafted expertise in food photography. His expert understanding of light, puts him in a league of his own. His first love however, is travel photography, because he is passionate about Africa and the nature conservation. This passion resulted in many travel assignments photographing lodges for clients and wildlife. He enjoys doing personal projects and often collaborates with his photographer wife Gerda Genis, on these.

Yann Marcherez

Freelance photographer, Yann grew up in Reunion Island and now stays in South Africa. Travel enthusiast, Yann fell in love with the African continent and shares through his publications his work, experiences and encounters. He immortalizes his life through the discovering and understanding of others. He writes travel stories and contributes to National Geographic, among others, and Hamaji Magazine.