A positive, commercially aware, process driven web content professional, who thrives on initiation and collaboration with clients on and in facilitating compliant work in managing, coordinating and maintaining website(s). Areas of expertise: Web publishing | Web content management | SEO optimisation | Team Leader | Adobe Experience Manager | WordPress | Photoshop | JIRA | B2B | B2C | Agency-side and Client-side background Dabbling and learning writing, curating for radio a tad!
- Rhythm and Frames RadioAn Artist + Radio collective based in London. Est 2020. A radio curator and selector on an appreciated two hour fortnight slot entitled "Epytion" (in progress title). A blurb: Patrick’s majority music selections and minority spoken words. The format of the show is everchanging. Thank you for your ears and time!
- Highlife Music DeconstructedServed as a learning technical producer on this livestream series. The final episode was on 17/02/21. The Highlife Music Deconstructed Series (#HMDSeries) is a The GoldenStool Project, AKADi Magazine and Epytion collaboration that explores Ghana’s iconic sound. For more information and to watch the recorded episodes please visit - https://linktr.ee/hmdseries A taster below, thanks for joining us.
- NakedA piece written. A response to the visual piece by Kobena Ampofo (@mnml_plus). Thanks to Gold Host for publishing and the opportunity to express. This was and is part of an ongoing exhibition entitled 'BODY'. Excerpt. A child. A boy. The linear journey of the son of man. Flesh adorned. Body adored. The sightings of different hues. The beauty of the earth’s tapestry subdued. My garments instigate a threat. Hold on. I am no threat. Don’t shoot. My clothing layers to come off. Don't shoot.
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Projects credited in
- Ep10: Past, Present, and FutureFeaturing poetry and fiction by Johnny Dean, Rachel Hasson, Sarah Lipton-Sidibeh and Patrick Ofosu, and an interview with Simone Eringfeld about her spoken word/music album ‘Please Hold’. Our performers delve into grief, self-love, and optimism in a series of pieces that range from historical explorations of 19th century Malvern Hills and 1970s Britain, to present day concerns of mental health and job interviews. Created based on interviews conducted during lockdown for ‘Cambridge Quaranchats’,3
- Patrick OfosuDad had called Ntini to come and help herd of cows. Empana, his brother, repeated Dad's sentiment in case Ntini was paying no attention. Their voices faded in Ntini’s captivating horizon. His mind on cloud 9, his gaze and mouth jaw-dropping to the north. He became meticulous. What was this sound snaking into his ears like the chill caressing the skin? Goosebumps beginning. Gunshots incited Dad and Empana to panic! Ntini unshaken, delved into the gunshots, reminded of his favourite tune ‘Gunso3
- Unlatched Podcast Ep6: Hope in Uncertain TimesFeaturing poetry, fiction and non-fiction by Lisa Levytska, Patrick Ofosu, Ann Kathryn Kelly and Callum Churchill and an interview with Jane Barkley Young and Adam Rowley from alt-pop duo The Kind. Our open mic performers reckon with uncertainty and sudden changes in circumstance, while our musician spotlight interview with The Kind discusses their EP ‘Tomorrow’ and creating music during lockdown.1
- Patrick OfosuThey played in the rain to escape the mundane. 100 metre sprints, their expression - release. Abe - “Playing in the rain is freeing but tiring” Kwa - “Another run?” Abe - “Nope. You're funny”. Looking at each other, they burst into laughter. Kwa - “Let’s go, before Somi gets home from work”. They sprint home. Switch on the boombox. The cassette playing ‘Pinty’s City Limits’. They shower and dress. Make cups of tea. Chill in the hall to the wavy sounds of Pinty. Sister Somi opens the do8
- WHITELINES SHORT FILMAn artistic short film telling the story of a broken man's journey into his pass. This was a passion project achieved with fellow filmmakers and editors. It was completed on a small budget and is currently being screened at small festivals. Jos Argyle wrote and directed this project and would appreciate any feedback or comments you may have.
- Patrick OfosuJeru loves the marshland. Lying in the grass, the scent of lavender lingers past. Sun kisses whisper tales of a lover's touch. No barking dogs on his Pop's site or a howling fox in Hermits Park. Jeru's stringed beetle Toki strides the channel of his nose to forehead. The microcosm and him at one with nature. Soundnotes wave Jeru's mind. 'Lift Off' by Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes plays. The bailiffs tail off. The stress balloon pops. The debts fade. Toki "I hear you, son. An interruption!" Je9
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