The world is untold
Every picture is a story. One that is told the moment you look at it. One that can move you, convince you, and even make you act.
Untold unlocks the narrative power of pictures with visual storytelling. Whether it’s for business, branding or personal reasons: we make sure your story is told and re-told in the most compelling way. To this end, we offer visual consulting, photography, and publishing services. All of this to realize visual storytelling in each context - from campaign to website, from editorial to wedding.
At Untold, we’re very passionate about the stories we bring to life. That’s why we want to share them with you. Some are about business, others about brands. Some focus on a big day, others on small details. What they all have in common, is that they touch you, making you part of the story. Discover our journal and keep a close eye on our future stories.
This journal entry we’d like to take some time to talk about what we’d love to achieve with our book that will launch you into a buying frenzy when it hits the stores end of this year. Of course, we want to make our adventures so alluring and inspiring they make you want to pack and leave immediately. Another major part of what we’d like to instill is the notion of responsible and sustainable travelling.
We’re back on Zanzibar for some more uncovering of hidden gems. Strictly speaking we’re back on Unguja as our legions of trusted readers know by now, of course. Anyway. The first spectacular spot we’d like to share with you is Tulia, a very chic resort oozing tranquility and famous for its succulent cuisine.
So, tell us what you want. What you really, really want. Idyllic beaches? Check. Azure seas? Check. Sun? Check. Diligent as we are we explored some of them for you and will share the results of our extensive research into some beautiful beach properties, paradisiacal places and other astonishing activities later. It’s a dirty job but someone’s got to do it.
Since most people visiting beautiful Tanzania often end their trip with a stay on Zanzibar, we thought it would be fitting to end our explorations for the book here too. So, after a short stay in Arusha we flew to the archipelago, first stop Stonetown.
On our third leg of our road trip we close the loop back to where we started and slowly return to the northern part of Tanzania. First stop, Lake Natron. Then possibly the most famous crater of all, Ngorongoro, in December flooded by 200.000 zebra, 300.000 gazelles and over a million wildebeest! And from the crater we drove on to Olduvai Gorge, the cradle of humanity...
The last days we’ve been working relentlessly on our upcoming book about Tanzania. We drove down South where our first encounter was with the Hazabe, joining them for two days, hunting and gathering. Next a wine tasting in Dodoma, then The Old Farm House in Iringa, and ending with a 130 km drive to Ruaha National Park, the largest of Tanzania.
We are in Tanzania working again on ‘The Taste for Tanzania’ with chef Axel Janssens. The first days of our adventure took us to Simba farm, a working farm and lodge situated on the rolling hills in West Kilimanjaro with breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Our equipment is ready, our lenses are packed: Untold is off to Tanzania again. Once again, we will cross this breath-taking country. This time, we’ll take pictures of Lake Natron, Arusha, N’Gorongoro, Olduvai Gorge and many more places.
Pepatino has been providing heart-warming children’s clothing since 2008. They only have satisfied customers, and once in a while, they are eager to show them. To this end, Untold made two photo series featuring a mommy, daddy and a newborn customer.
30 Days without Alcohol is a new book of publishing house Lannoo. It is linked to the successful Tournée Minerale campaign, which encouraged Belgians to abstain from drinking alcohol during 30 days. Sounds nice, but how do you do it?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. To Untold, this is much more than a classic expression. We are convinced that the power of a visual story does not only depend on the image itself, but also on the viewer. His or her background will determine how the story comes across. Take a trip through our photos and discover how you experience every story.