Ebunoluwa Osaro Akinbo is a Nigerian documentary photographer who lives in Lagos. She holds a bachelor of science degree (2016) in Sociology from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Combining her background in sociology with photography, she uses the medium to portray visual art in a story telling manner. To her, photography makes ideas and imaginations a reality.

Since she began her photography journey in 2017, Ebun emerged first place in the 2018 Fashola Photography Competition. she participated in the 2018, Canon Basic DSLR Workshop and the GTBank Day of Dorcas female photographers’ workshop. Ebun was commissioned by Newyork Times in 2018 to document the #Thisis18 project in Lagos, Nigeria. She was a participating artist at the tale of 1000 miniatures art exhibition organized by Ogirikan and Iwalewa Gallery, Lagos. Her work ‘The passing of time’ was exhibited at the 2018, lagos photo festival, in 2019 Ebun was Nominated for the annual Canon Storytelling master class. In June 2019, Ebun participated with other young photographers in a group exhibition titled “Live-in Desire” with Nlele Institute and Goethe institute in Lagos Nigeria.

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