My visual work focus on musical spaces that emerged and matured across communities of the African diaspora, exploring issues such as identification and cultural actualization at the intersection of music, vernacular culture and

lifestyle. I consider music not only an echoing literature that reveals nuances of everyday life, but also a superstructure that anticipates historical developments, to foreshadow new social formations in a prophetic and declarative way. 

Moved by a passion for subcultures at large, I have founded Crudo Volta, a visual project that documenting the development of contemporary

musical scenes of the African diaspora. Crudo Volta’s most popular format is the Taxi, a film format where contemporary music scenes are explored through the expedient of a taxi ride. I am also currently lecturing for the BA (Hons) Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins.