Start Here

There Is Always One More Paper

A love affair with travelling Africa. A coffee table book bringing you small towns, big cities and the beauty in-between, to your home.



In 2020, my world was shuttered by government-mandated shutdowns of everything. Amidst that time of loss, I pursued a personal creative journey to document and explore how COVID19 has impacted tourism and hospitality businesses. My aim was to chase beauty in the world amidst a time of collective loss & tragedy especially within the tourism and hospitality businesses.   My hope is that in journeying through this book, you feel something powerful in these witnessing moments in creation, that you’ll feel invited along this journey of discovery, that you’ll feel awe and wonder in these landscapes, that you feel encouraged to push yourself to the edge of whatever it is in your life to discover more and to go all in after something beautiful and worthwhile.


Too beautiful to throw away, There Is Always One More Paper will be printed on thick, heavy paper with a premium matte finish. You’ll want to keep it on your coffee table, or fill it with scribblings and stow it in your travel bag for inspiration on the road.

  Intended to be minimal and timeless, the book will feature images from my experiences traveling across Africa, on the beaches in Zanzibar, trekking in the mountains of Kenya, and around the coast of Goodhope. Alongside each photo will be a short story written by myself, detailing the experience behind the picture and where it was taken.

  There Is Always One More Paper is intended to be an inspirational letter of sorts to all those who have traveled and to those who wish to one day. Hopefully, it will delight and excite whoever picks it up!



Frequently Asked Questions

When will the book be delivered? There may be unforeseen delivery delays, particularly for any international orders, due to the current pandemic restrictions. I will do my best to ensure everyone receives their order as soon as possible after the printing stage is completed. As I am not personally delivering the publication, I have to trust in the processes of third party delivery providers. Expected delivery is December 2022.

  What type of stories can I expect? You'll find stories on local communities, hidden spots found off-the-beaten-track, and beautiful imagery of Africa's diverse and breathtaking landscapes. You might even discover a few places you’ve never heard about before.

  How many copies are you going to print? The biggest risk of the project is not getting the minimum number of orders to make printing this book sustainable. For the first print run I am making 50 copies.

(c) 2022 Trevor Chomumwe