Oyinkansola Popoola is a freelance Photographer, Videographer and Content Creator from London. Specialising in Fashion, Portraits, Conceptual and Events. From covering both international and national artists such as Sona and Davido, headshots for actors to working with fashion bloggers and portraits for corporate businesses.


Over the years she has grown as a photographer by starting it off as a hobby at the very young age of 15 to then going on to studying it at GCSE, College and University level, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) First Class Degree. 

Furthermore, she has had the privilege of working with professional artists and photographers such as Dennis Pedersen, Faisal Abdu'allah and many more with a few a-list exhibitions to her belt. Her work has allowed her to be headhunted by the media for coverage even while she was in high school.


Oyinkansola is a woman that values and respects herself to the highest level, and an advocate against sexual harassment and dehumanisation of women. She has worked on projects that highlight the plights of women, most recent being a project on society/gender issues. Using photography, she explored how women are objectified in everyday life/the media etc highlighting and focusing on the challenges and issues women face.


She is open to working in different fields and exploring visual arts in its different aspects. Oyinkansola’s passion for creativity within photography is something she enjoys and takes pride in.

According to Oyinkansola, she says “I love being able to create memories for people, capturing crucial moments in stills and motion as it brings joy to my heart and my clients". 



The Lockeddown Exhibition

Virtual {www.thelockeddownexhibition.com}, April 2021


The Wall Art Exhibition

10A Bishop St, Methodist Church, Leicester, February 2020 

We Are Raw DMU

44A The Basement, Leicester, March 2019 

Exploring Identity Through Photography

Autograph ABP, Rivington Place, London, December 2016


City of Westminster College, London, July 2016

Securing Our Futures 

Trend Micro, London, March 2016