Egide Mbabazi

Photographer

Egide Mbabazi is a Rwandan-born photographer who believes in the power of letting go of your fears and using creativity to shape the community around you. Passionate about capturing the beauty of raw emotions, he is known for his wedding photography and documentary-style videos. His work has taken him all over the U.S. and throughout Africa, the Middle East, and Canada.

At Ease with Eel

At Ease with Eel

American Unagi pushes its fish onto more Maine tables

Reimagining School Lunches

Reimagining School Lunches

Ecology School Chef Looks to Cook Without Fire

Seafood as an Accessible Family Affair

Seafood as an Accessible Family Affair

New Book to Connect Cooks, Fish, and Coastal Communities

Lost and Found Lobster Tags

Lost and Found Lobster Tags

Understand the privilege of having direct access to Maine seafood

Perfecting a Local Fish Sauce

Perfecting a Local Fish Sauce

Maine Scientists Research Using Green Crabs As A New Ingredient for An Ancient Condiment

New Roots, New Markets

New Roots, New Markets

Somali Bantu Farmers Prove Cooperative Farming Works

Quahogs Sittin’ in the Bags in the Bays

Quahogs Sittin’ in the Bags in the Bays

Study Investigates Hard-Shell Prospects for Clammers

Old Techniques, New Tricks

Old Techniques, New Tricks

Maine Craft Cheesemakers Conserve, Collaborate, and Market Collectively