Stuart Tibaweswa is a Kampala-based Ugandan documentary photographer. His work often focuses on marginalised communities, their relationship to wider society and seeks to contribute towards correcting misrepresented narratives. Stuart's interest in documentary storytelling springs from the desire to question himself about social, economic and political issues around his community and address them through a series of photographs.

His latest long-term project seeks to humanise the LGBTQI+ community of Uganda in a space where anti-homosexuality laws have stripped them of their humanity as many regard them as the other.

-Primary Clients-
UNICEF Uganda | African Institute for Investigative Journalism | Action Against Hunger | Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Nairobi Fairtrade Africa | Save The Children Org | Next Media Services | GCIC Uganda | DefendDefenders | Bridge International | Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Uganda | Uganda Redcross Society      




Stuart Tibaweswa

Kampala-based Ugandan documentary photographer, whose work often focuses on marginalised communities and their relationship to wider society.
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