Kayode started off taking photos as just a hobby, but it soon turned into more than that. Having no equipment he borrowed and practiced until he was able to get his own. As his brand and clientele grew so did he. Spending late nights editing and learning he soon began to become obsessed with improvement and from then on he never stopped.
I love the excitement. The excitement people feel when they watch one of my concept videos or when they see one of my photos pop up on their timeline. I mostly love the improvement. I put in so many hours into my craft that I've started to learn things so much faster, which makes working on projects even more fun. I love the pace I'm able to progress at in this field
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
- I shot and edited an A$AP FERG Recap Video that got posted by the Hosts of the event. I used my above average level of Adobe After Effects and Premiere to really separate my recap from the others.
- Also one of my recent shoots with Model Allyson from Dynast Models Inc. I started experimenting more with color and the feedback I received was encouraging.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
- Featured on Elevator for a Video direction I created. A video I partly shot and did not edit.
- Although this is not formal, but I was recently tagged in a story post on Instagram by a kid somewhere in CT who claimed me to be Top 5 new school videographers in CT.
A fun fact about this photographer
I played bass guitar for the my HS' Symphonic Gold band.