On the day I took this shot of the Himba tribes women I was lucky to have my Hasselblad with me. I thought the juxtaposition between the women and the supermarket was very striking. They agreed but only gave me enough time to use my light meter and shoot one frame.
Toufic Beyhum was born in Beirut in 1974 but moved to London at a young age when his family was forced into exile by the war. Toufic refined his interest in photography at art college and since graduating has worked in advertising agencies across the globe. He published a photographic book called “Emotions in Motion” capturing the colourful commuters of the Berlin underground. He has exhibited his photographs in London, Berlin, Dubai and Los Angeles. He currently freelances as a conceptual creative in London and takes every opportunity to expand his passion for photography. www.tbeyhumphotos.com