Guenons are Old World monkeys found in sub-Saharan Africa. Different guenon species exhibit incredible range of phenotypic features from differently shaped of ear tufts to differently coloured nose spots. It is thought that this great diversity has evolved to prevent interbreeding between different species (habitats of different guenon species often overlap geographically), which could lead to less fit offsprings.  

Illustration by Jonathan Kingdon


Tokyo, thank you for being amazing! The energy and the charm of this city never gets old and it won’t be too soon until I see you again. The Women In This Town were a joy to photograph and have provided some great material for the next book!   

Now off to the next town, London! Follow my journey on Instagram through photos and videos as I capture each city with my Olympus OM-D EM5II.