Creative Director. Strategist.
Ola Malachi-Masha is a British/Nigerian Creative. He studied at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama and NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
His interdisciplinary approach to storytelling allows him to fuse film, theatre, and visual art to explore ideas through the lens of the black British experience.
He has worked creatively and professionally on multiple continents, acting as a Creative Consultant, Social Media/Content Expert, Writer & Director.
As a critical thinker, Ola regularly contributes to essential conversations on race and gender equality. His work has allowed him to engage in meaningful dialogue with thought leaders and policymakers.
He’s influenced by the work and creations of James Baldwin, Pina Bausch, Bertolt Brecht, Spike Lee, Toni Morrison, and Wole Soyinka.
Ola lives in London but belongs to Lagos.