Capturing moments

Koosking Productions, established almost a decade ago, is going places in the field of photography and graphic design.

30 August 2019 | Business

ELIZABETH JOSEPH



Gerhard Aizemi Muuoja started Koosking Productions for one reason only, and that is to make an impact.

Driven, creative and socially accommodating, is how Muuoja is known by friends and family. He has travelled extensively in the hope of honing his creative talent.

After finishing high school, Muuoja studied computer science at the London College of Computer Science for two years. He joined different groups who exposed him to different work experiences.

He says everyone in his family works hard to make a living and a name for themselves. Muuoja feels that this background inspired him to work extra hard.

“Always go the extra mile with everything you do. That not only shows your commitment but also your willingness to learn,” he says.

Muuoja believes that everyone can create and sustain a career, regardless of getting good grades in school.

Koosking Productions does everything from photography to graphic design and even marketing. His work has taken him to countries such as Canada and the United Kingdom.

“A career is still a career, irrespective of what you do and what you make from it. Always learn. Go through life asking, ‘What did I learn today?’ Only then will you know that you are living a full, purposeful life.”

Muuoja hopes to expand his business and create jobs for others during this tough time for the Namibian economy.



Caption 1: Gerhard Aizemi Muuoja, aka Koos.

PHOTOS ELIZABETH JOSEPH

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