Connecting, creating, documenting and exploring are my ikigai. My experience orbits one-to-one mentoring, project planning and proposing, public speaking, and transmuting the ethereal to the material. Keenly interested in art and creative direction, copywriting, content creation, marketing & social media, design, and speaking plus listening. My hobbies include: embracing radical softness, indulging in intimacy, and having open, deep and meaningful conversations. I am known to be multidisciplinary. Obsessed with all things cultural. Let's collaborate, connect or cultivate some culture together: firstname.lastname@example.org
- One Hundred and Eleven Stories & CountingOne Hundred and Eleven Stories & Counting – there were about seventy-five attendees, around sixty sheets of recycled cotton rag paper, and over a dozen pens placed besides clips resting on a plinth. The installation displayed a carefully curated collection of Stories that featured anonymous, handwritten texts in over five languages. The stories are about times when they have loved, lost or learnt—or at least that's what I request when "would you share a story with me" is too broad.
- Wellbeing isn't White for tiata fahodzijamel alatise is a socially engaged Artist—Creative. Focussed primarily on poetry and photography, Jamel’s work in whichever medium prioritises our connections and stories. He is the founder of People Journal—a publication devoted to slow storytelling—and is an ardent explorer of Art, Culture and Design. Here he writes on his own experiences with maintaining wellbeing, as well as urging us to practise self-care not as a luxury, but as a necessity.
- FirstSonOfSoil's Amazing SharingFortnightly sharings hosted by Jamel Duane Alatise. Currently at The Commercial in Herne Hill, FirstSonOfSoil has assembled a small but mighty team to deliver a "somewhat-open mic night" in South East London. Inviting a myriad of performers from his network, including but not limited to: singer-songwriters, poets, beat-boxers, rappers, comedians, theatre makers, musicians, spoken word artists and more.
- Stories for People JournalStarted collecting anonymous, handwritten 'Stories' in March; it began as part of a piece I devised for 'Satellites', a performance for the Barbican's Highwalks, during their OpenFest—I wanted to bring a new commerce to The City, and thought the exchange of stories would be cool. After the performance, I walked away with 30 or so stories that were funny, confessional, heartfelt, about love, loss, lessons, friendship and family. Months later I’ve collected 100s of these stories. Exhibited them
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Projects credited in
- Palladium EARTH AW20campaign film for the Palladium Boots AW20 Earth Collection Global Campaign [as seen on Hypebeast] Director/ Creative Director: Nas Abraham DOP: Gergana G Popova Edit/ Sound design: Petro Bizbiasia 3D modelling: @dami_digital Drone Op: Anthony Gibbes Styling/ costume: Claudia Biele MUA: Grace Sinnott Assistance: Arron Watson-McNab& Hermes Contreras[1AC] Models: Natasha Minter and Jamel Duane Alatise
- Alice D - FOREVER MINEMusic video for Alice D Directed & Produced by Sylvia Suli Hong DP - Charlie Knight AC - Kieran Coyne Editor - Charles Gamble Colourist - Nigel Tadyanehondo Stylist - Jessica Gerardi Stylist assistant - Ella Blythe Macdonald Hair & Make up artist - Reve Ryu Props stylist - Riley Cavanaugh Production assistant - Jamel Duane Alatise
- Jamel Duane Alatise Press KitPress Kit design for South London Artist-Creative and founder of purposely-slow publication People Journal, Jamel Duane Alatise. I am currently working with Jamel to build long term, collaborative relationships with brands, through his creative services. Jamel has shot the likes of Jorja Smith, Idris Elba and Col3trane as well as capturing analog photography for brands such as Dior, TATE, and Lovebox Festival. His portfolio also includes modelling for CAT Footwear and Vans China, art & creativ
- Colèchi x Fashion Revolution - Meet the people who shop smallFor fashion revolution week we asked creatives what they want to see more of from small fashion brands. We want to understand how we can encourage slow fashion and increase transparency between brands and their consumers. This article includes an interview with eight people, sharing what they want to see in fashion.5
- Discomfort - A 21st Century ExperienceFatima was an inspiration for me this summer (Summer 2018). She was at once both private and uniquely talkative; she spoke openly about her trials and tribulations as a black female model working in both British and European settings. I felt that she enjoyed sharing her stories with someone new to her world, unbiased and unversed in the intricacies and difficulties of being a freelance model. In getting to know her and speaking to her about her work, she opened up to me about her experiences wh
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BA (Hons) Performance & Creative EnterpriseGuildhall School Of Music & Drama
London, United Kingdom
The Performance and Creative Enterprise degree is aimed at artists from a range of music and theatre backgrounds. Open to musicians, composers, theatre makers, devisors, spoken word artists and poets, it is intended for those who want to develop their performance, production, collaboration and leadership skills for employment in the arts industry. This degree course is all about participation in cross-artform projects. Enabling you to collaborate, communicate and lead in a range of cultural and socially-engaged contexts, the programme will develop your curiosity, stimulate your imagination and help you to generate original work. It will also prepare you for life in the professional arts industry, with a strong focus on developing entrepreneurship and employability.