Brian Maina

Creative Director

London, United Kingdom
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  • Creative Director

Projects credited in

About me

Creative Director, Curator and Consultant born in Nairobi Kenya, raised in Berkshire England though now based in London. Since 2016, I have been developing and telling the stories of brands through the lens of creative directing, marketing and production. I am passionate about elevating brands through thought provoking strategies that develop effective outcomes in the form of creative campaigns, brand identity development and art direction. The passion I express through each opportunity continues to evolve as I establish new relationships and put my best foot forward.

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  • Creative Direction
  • Creative Art Direction
  • Curation
  • Art Curation
  • Event Curation
  • Curating Photography
  • Brand Consultancy
  • Photography
  • Photographic Direction
  • Photography Exhibitions

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Soho House & Co

    Soho House & Co

    • Non Creative Industries
  • Creative Mentor Network

    Creative Mentor Network

    • Social Enterprise
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    Brian maina

    Work history


    Creative producer / Curator

    Brian maina

    Jul 2020
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Part Time
    • I currently curating an exhibition titled Our Women. The Our Women exhibition is a multi media exhibition that will be displaying the works of 3 three female artists from ethnic minority groups.


    Creative Producer / Photographer

    Brian maina

    Mar 2020
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Part Time
    • I produced and the curated The Face Of Our Nurses Exhibition. The face of our nurses is a photography exhibition that displays photographs of nurses in the National Health System of England. Alongside each photograph is a word which describes how the nurse in the image felt as a nurse at the time that the image was taken. Out of the 30 photos that where originally taken, only 2 where accompanied with overwhelmingly positive words. The aim of the exhibition is to challenge the viewer to look beyond the face of the nurse and to the word that accompanies the image, to the emotions of the nurse. I hope that this will spark a conversation for positive change. The exhibition was first displayed at the Camden image gallery and will next be displayed with the Hanway Collective in London, England.