Olumide Osinoiki is...
a Bristol-based Portrait Photographer, Videographer and Creative Director, working primarily within the visual media sector but simultaneously operating as a multidisciplinary content creator whilst completing a BA in Photography at UWE, Bristol.
As well as producing a variety of photographic work and video content, Olu frequently collaborates with other creatives and organisations in the city to participate/curate panel discussions, workshops and exhibitions.
In his personal artistic work, Olu is dedicated to providing solutions to problematic societal perspectives, documenting the beauty of humanity in a candid manner and exploring themes such as racial identity, mental health, self-love, personal care, faith and other philosophical perspectives.
Some of Olu's clientel include: 23 (Rap Artist), a21 (Charity against Modern Slavery), Watershed, UWE, Babbasa Hub, Rising Arts Agency and Noisy Little Monkey.
Olu's portrait project "Identity Matters" was well recieved and ended up featured in a BBC News Article as well as BBC Points West.
This website is dedicated primarily to his photography practice, so it can not provide the full picture of his creative capacity overall. This is a journey you can watch unfold in real time via the social media links below.