James Jamu is a Malawian journalist, photographer, and documentary filmmaker living and working in Namibia. He is a recipient of the Butler Media Institute Award for outstanding multimedia journalism at the Southern African Broadcasting Association (SABA) training program. He has also been awarded an Open Society Institute of Southern Africa grant. His work has appeared in solo exhibitions at the Namibian Parliament and the National Council. He also worked as a cinematographer for “Daughter of Molly: My Body Space As An Archive”—a short film screened at the Owela Festival in Recklinghausen, Germany, and at the National Art Gallery of Namibia.