Richard Afun (b.1997 in Accra-Ghana, currently based in the United Kingdom), is a multidisciplinary creative who approaches problem-solving through the power of visuals (photo & film). His style of creating work revolves around capturing subjects in environments and perspectives that feel natural to them while playing around elements of juxtapositions, colour, and movement to accentuate character uniqueness in a filmic way. His starting point is to gain a deep understanding of the creative needs of the project through careful research, references and culture to create art that is relevant and addresses the brief. He believes that visuals can reshape the way the world is viewed and perceived. In his work, he strives to portray beauty, nature, positivity and give the viewer a deep connection to art that makes them appreciate the beauty of life. Currently furthering education in a Masters in Advertising at the University Of Arts London--London College of Communication.
Projects credited in
- BLACK IN CARNABYCelebrating London’s finest black-owned businesses, Black In Carnaby is a pop-up we created and in October 2020 to celebrate Black History Month. At 56B Carnaby Street, our aim was to showcase over 50 diverse black-owned businesses and provide a platform for them to showcase their brands in an exciting environment-themed #BlackInCarnaby. We wanted to highlight one of the key ways people can support the black community during, Black History Month that being buying black-owned. From the collect15
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