Everyday thousands of tourists, journalists and volunteers come to Arusha to make photo's of the local people. Tourists want to have real authentic photo's of the Masai-warriors, volunteers take photo's of the cute children they take care for and the journalists come here to photograph the poverty and the people international NGO's are helping.

It's always the white photographing the black. But now the roles are switched. Tanzanian students of the ‘Kilimanjaro Film Institute’ photographed the wazungu in Arusha. How they like to dress up as real Tanzanians but on the other hand walk almost naked through the streets. How they want ‘to become one with Africa’, but can’t live without Shoprite. In collaboration with Dutch photographer Jan Hoek.