In 2014 I curated an installation and event series for London Design Festival at the V&A Museum, exploring how design alters our perception of reality.

I developed the programme by working with architects, galleries, universities and artists. As well as developing the film programme (sponsored by MUBI), I curated a week-long installation of short films showcasing cutting-edge motion graphics, CGI environments and digital art. Continue reading “CURATOR, DESIGN ON FILM”


The Nigerian video film industry – aka Nollywood – is the world’s second largest film industry, yet until recently very few people outside of the African diaspora had heard of it.

In 2010 I curated and managed a six-night festival of Nigerian video film – the first festival of its kind in the UK. Acting as a public celebration of Nollywood’s global achievements, the festival included a panel discussion featuring film-makers, broadcasters and academics, as well as screenings introduced by industry insiders. Continue reading “FESTIVAL DIRECTOR, NOLLYWOOD NOW”


Screening arthouse, cult, world cinema, trash and a lot of sing-alongs, Deptford Film Club won a commendation for best film programming at the 2012 Film Society of the Year Awards.

My first big arts project, this is where I learned how to secure funding, do market research, manage event licensing, run tech equipment, design posters, plan marketing campaigns, develop industry contacts – and curate cinema. Continue reading “DIRECTOR, DEPTFORD FILM CLUB”

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