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'Sura'fi' means there is a picture.

A black adn white photo of Kabung D.W

'Sura'fi' means there is a picture in Juba Arabic.

'Sura'fi' is the only way to describe a moment where adventures, stories, memories & ideas are captured in a lens. Some pictures aren't meant to be scrolled or strolled past. 

About the photographer:

Hi, I'm Kabung D.W, founder of Sura'fi Creative and photographer based in London. I was born in South Sudan and migrated with my parents to live in the UK at a young age only knowing the words 'yes' and 'no' in English. As I've moved many times over the years as a migrant, I've come to appreciate beautiful moments that can be caught in a moment but lost forever in a time capsule. I've always been fascinated by the arts as a means of self-expression and therefore I've picked up skills in songwriting, painting, drawing, digital illustration and dance. For now I stick with photography and illustrations as my way of seeing the world.  I like to capture intimate moments with nature, streets and people and I like to collaborate when creating with others. I've also worked with migrant communities in the U.K over the years which has helped me see through the lens of others. 

I shoot with a Fuji camera and all my works are available for print on request and some are available in my Etsy store.

You can explore more of my work on Behance, Adobe Stock and my instagram profiles. You will normally find me at a gallery or concert or behind a lens.


Share with me in the contact section and let's create.


You can follow the rest of my pictures @surafi_people, @Surafi_city, on instagram and Behance 


Kabung DW.


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