Aderemi Adegbite was born 1982 in Lagos. He is a young self-taught photojournalist and documentary photographer. Aderemi’s perception about photography is a tool, which he uses to review himself, his immediate environment and his community at large. This photographic perception he believes may be more than activism if well analysed; but also he could be viewed as an Activist who uses the literature of photography to speak his mind through different dimensions. Aderemi has covered assignments for both local and International media. Also, he has been commissioned for photo projects by organisations locally and internationally. His photo “N65” which was shot during the fuel subsidy removal protest in Nigeria (January 2012) won the Emerging Human Rights Activists category of the World Youth Movement for Democracy 2012 Photo Contest. As a social commentator whose divine message exposes hidden societal issues to masses through photographic essays. Aderemi photographic exercise captures life’s essence and reports issues in a dynamic form, graphically calling peoples’ attention to relevant issues – from rural life to urban life.

Photo: Pember_

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