Ola Adediji

Ola Adediji

London, United Kingdom
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Ola Adediji

Ola Adediji

London, United Kingdom
Projects credited in
  • The Activist Magazine
    The Activist Magazine
  • TEDxUAL - What Would Kanye Do
    TEDxUAL - What Would Kanye DoDelivering a talk at TEDxUAL on mental health, bipolar disorder and finding my way out of the dark.
  • Plums
    PlumsThis short film focuses on the difficulties around issues such as abortion, stigma's around physical and mental disabilities, and the reality of having to make choices in impossible situations.
  • Sisterhood
    SisterhoodSisterhood is a creative design programme for girls aged 13-17 to unleash their creative confidence. Sisterhood School delivers creative programmes for young girls (age 13-17) to build confidence and self esteem. Through our 12-15 week programme (in schools, after school clubs & summer programme) participants create a positive change project for socially or personally relevant issues that impact them from body image to larger social issues such as gender inequality.
  • Subdue Fashion Editorial
    Subdue Fashion EditorialPHOTOGRAPHER: BEATRICSE LAZAR PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT: MICHAELA D'ANGELO HAIR AND MAKEUP: SACHA PRITCHARD FASHION STYLING: DIYA AGGARWAL AND ERIKA TUZHBA DESIGNER PIECES: CLEO LUANA DIOGO FERNANDES ACCESSORIES: KINGOLA JEWELLERY MODEL: EMESE LAZAR
  • International Start-up Visa - Apply by 1 June 2019
    International Start-up Visa - Apply by 1 June 2019Want to set up your own business? UAL can help you apply for a Start-up Visa to stay in the UK after graduation. The Start-up visa is for international students who have completed their degree course and wish to remain in the UK to develop a business. UAL endorses and sponsors up to 20 of its graduates for Start-up visas each year. In order to be considered, you must have a viable, UK-based business idea and a plan to make it happen. Applications can be made up to 2 years after graduation. Vi
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