10 ladies graduate from ENakaziba Creatives as Special Effect Make up Artists and ready for film industry.
After launching the E-Nakaziba Film and Makeup Exhibition in March, Esther Nakaziba embarked on a journey to train more makeup artists. This grew out of her love for makeup.
She launched a 2-month training program where she provided hands-on training in beauty makeup, Special Effects makeup, and Costume Design. The class had 10 ladies.
She has been seen by many film and music producers and directors moving with the ladies she calls them "Her girls" She explained that she needed them to have first-hand training and field experience and after the training, they can be employed immediately.
They have worked on a number of projects including Jubilee life insurance advert, Hair and beauty expo, DStv Feature film, Ceasefire stage play, Film and culture market and so much more.
The 10 students include Nabulya Bridget, Geria Jessy Miriam, Birungi Hanifa, Kyaterekera Rehma, Sanyu Ritah, Naginda Miriam, Pretty Ashley Kaweesi, Nalugo Shamsah, Nabasumba Moreen, Kaweesi Rima.
Esther is dedicated to honoring her craft as she transforms the lives of so many youths by training them in special make effects through her brand ENakaziba Creatives.
Esther has worked on a number of films as a special makeup artist including 27 Guns (2018), Kafa Coh (2022) Victim 30, Prestige TV Series, The Honorables and so much more.
Art is a beautiful form of self-expression, and I have no doubt that this class will provide you with valuable insights, techniques, and inspiration to further enhance your creative talents - Esther said. Remember, every stroke of the brush, every sketch, and every piece of art you create is a unique reflection of your inner world, and I can't wait to see how the skills of these ladies evolve through this experience.
To every art director out there don't hesitate to hire "My girls" I have worked with them and they have received hands-on training and I can assure you that your project will be in good hands. - Esther Expressed.
To all my students remember that you have a community of supporters cheering you on every step of the way.
By Jesca Ahimbisibwe.