In 2019 I went on an expedition to help others in Africa. I studied the landscape in Africa for about 6 months prior to leaving the US. I had never been to Africa least the Congo or villages that were stricken with poverty and famine. My emotions ran high and every town and excursion was a story that needed to be documented.
My entire life was put in the hands of Kenneth Rwego when I arrived in Uganda. I honestly wouldn’t have been more safer with anyone as Kenneth was familiar with the terrain, police, routes and how to get through boarder patrols. When that failed, The Benjamin’s took over and made everything perfect. Kenneth had an amazing effect on people and is a true leader and representative of the African people. Kenneth Rwego is the son of a Chief from the small town of Kisoro, Uganda. His influence and ownership in helping others can only be looked on as a modern day profit. He has a great appreciation for the people of Africa and has a calling to rebuild the nation of the Congolese people and surrounding territories.
Edenmisson can be found at www.edenmission.org
The following film trailer is a brief overview of the current documentary that is currently being put together. The journey was shot with a Canon 6D and a Manfrotto single nano stick tripod stabilizer, Go Pro 4K Sessions 6 with stabilizer, Mavic Pro drone 4K, Pro cinematic lenses, Rokinon lenses with a plethora of filters, CF cards and batteries. I could not have planed my gear better for the rough terrain and the adventures I went on. Stay tuned as my doc is coming soon to help others survive!
Doc Bio – Shot and edited by Doug White- Pre Doc