We are William and Sarah Wamuhiu. We have been married for almost 9 years and we love every minute of this amazing journey that we are on together. Our motto is, "As long are we are together, the rest will fall into place."
We have two children, Benji and Abbie. They are the inspiration behind the name Sweet 'N Wild, because that is exactly what they are! They bring so much joy and noise to our lives. Through them, we have seen the importance of capturing images of our family at the various stages we are experiencing together. They love seeing images of themselves when they were younger and Abbie especially loves seeing our family pictures hung on the walls of our home.
Willie can do just about anything he sets his mind to. Ask him if he can do something and he will most likely attempt it. He is a sound engineer by training and loves anything with wires, cables and electricity. If it has screws he will most likely take it apart to see how it works. He used to hate having his picture taken, but marrying a photographer solved that problem. He picked up the camera on our honeymoon and fell in love with it too.
Sarah wears many different hats, but has discovered that she does better if she sticks to one or two. So for now she has chosen to wear the hats of wife, mother, friend, writer, and photographer. If she could she would also be a journalist, write books, run a bakery, teach photography and writing to unprivileged children, and about 10 other things. Photography runs in Sarah's blood and she has always enjoyed taking photos but she picked up the camera for real in 2008, using it to capture the faces of the internally displaced following Kenya's post election violence. She fell in love with what she could accomplish with the camera and has been shooting ever since.
We called Kenya our home for the first 4 years of our marriage. William was born and raised near Nairobi and Sarah lived in Kenya for over 10 years both in Rift Valley and Nairobi. We met using our skills of sound engineering and photography to minister to Kenyan youth through an outreach ministry called K-Krew. It didn't take us long to realize that we would be together for a very long time.
We relocated to the USA 4 years ago and settled in Chattanooga, TN. We love that our home offers the ready access to city amenities with minimal traffic and plenty of outdoor opportunities too. We hope to call the Tennessee Valley our home for many years to come.
We are so grateful you stopped by to get to know us. We hope that one day soon we will be able to get to know you and capture some of the special moments in your story.