Aderemi is a young self-taught photographer and filmmaker. He became a conscious documentary photographer after his photography titled "Lagos On a Sane-day" vivid representation of Lagos on a Sunday, was selected as one of the images for the first African Artists' Foundation/Etisalat Nigeria's Amateur Award 2011. Since then, he has been working on his personal projects and commission projects.
After being part of many film productions, he made his first film in 2011. “Ghettoration” is a documentary film which tells the story of three friends who live in the ghetto with the same passion and goals. His second film (a video art) won the In My Backyard category of the Oneminutes Foundation’s African Oneminutes Awards in 2011. Aderemi’s photographic and video works have been widely exhibited.
As a Cultural Producer/Arts Manager, he has curated, produced and coordinated several arts and literary events which include Poetry Potter, Lagos Poetry Festival, WordSlam, Fashion Revolution and Fashion Revolution Reloaded and P.A.G.E.S. Also, he has coordinated high profile projects such as African Art and Craft Expo 2009, National Festival of Arts and Culture 2009 and PANAFEST – Guarantee Trust Bank Poetry Festival, 2009/2010.
His creative writings have appeared in literary magazines- Poeticdiversity, Blackbiro, Forwardpress, Anchorbooks, PoetryNow, Blottermagazine, Oneghanaonevoice, Shortpoem, Anchorbooks, PoetryNow, etc.
- All Eyes On Me, 2012
- Communion, 2011
- Redemption, 2011
- Ghetto Games, 2011
- Ijo, 2011
- Youngstar Talent Hunt, 2011
- ANollywood Insider, 2011
- Ghettoration, 2011
- Marching to Aso, 2010
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