FINDING BEAUTY IN LEKKI CONSERVATION CENTER. Is it the Wakanda of Lagos?
This is the 4th Episode of the Finding Beauty with Ariyo Vlog Series. Made the trip to Lekki Conservation Centre with some amazing friends and it was a blast. P.S. There is a lot, like a whole lot of WAKANDA reference in this video, shot the vlog around the time when the Black Panther movie was at its peak.
Spent the Later part of 2018, travelling allot, work and all. Had the opportunity to document in photographs the @swag.ng Gospel concert (Posted a promotional video i made about this previously) branded by @mascotarthouse in Aba, Abia state Nigeria and we got posted up in this really cool hotel that seemed like it fell out from a magazine ?
We had an exceptional stay, from the Services to the Food and gym facilities *insert drooling smiley*
I was not letting this beauty only remain in my memories, I knew I had to film and Photograph it and with the help of @mascotwin and @destyb_alhaji we created something truly amazing
If you ever get a chance to visit Aba, and need somewhere Fab to stay, Now you know. @addrexhotelandsuitesaba
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* Video shot and Edited by :- me @ariyoifiok for @ariyomedia ?
This is the 6th Episode of the "Finding Beauty Series" with Ariyo.
Come with me as I explore, document and show you the beauty of the Calabar carnival in Calabar, Cross River state, Nigeria, West Africa.
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EKO is a short documentary film that is an Adaptation of a Poem about the realities of Living in Lagos state, Nigeria. It smoothly combines the poem narration with visuals to compliment. It also gives a first-hand narrative through Vox pop from random volunteer residents on the streets of Lagos (EKO) as they tell us about their experiences living in Africa's most populous city.
Here is a feel of the full film dropping JUNE 12, 2019.
Oriki of Lagos by Tomi Akewi
A Poetic documentary film by
Ariyo Ifiok Adebanjo
I recently was on my way back after a long day of studio hunting for a self-confidence campaign I'm working on with @afrosmileys. The rain had just stopped and the traffic was building up as is usual in Lagos after the slightest rainfall. Watch and enjoy some new in-camera transition techniques I learned accompanied by music from Ray Charles.
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