SHIFTER had the opportunity to profile Canadian content creator Temitopé Owolabi who’s beginning to make noise in the fashion and photography world, being featured in top media outlets and working with leading brands. Here’s a closer look at Temitopé Owolabi.
Name: Temitopé Owolabi
Home Base: Ottawa, Canada
Biggest accomplishment so far: Got my first A- during my fall semester at Carleton University.
What creativity means to me: Creativity to me means expressing myself whether it is through fashion or taking photos of architecture, nature, people etc. My photos generally convey what I am feeling at a certain point in time.
Past and present creative icons: Pharrell Williams and Kanye West
Place where I feel the most creative: I feel the most creative when I am in the outdoors and/or in an environment surrounded by like-minded creatives.
Favorite creative outlet: Instagram
What inspires me to create: Friends, family, music, and art in general.
If money weren’t an option I would: Help the less fortunate regardless of whether money is or isn’t an option. Short message for upcoming creatives just continue to focus on yourself and do what you love.
Temitopé Owolabi is a content creator based in Ottawa, Canada specializing in visual production, brand consultation/strategy and art direction. He has been featured in Highsnobiety, Street Dreams Magazine, Krowd Magazine and My Morning Routine. His collaborations include Hershel Supply Co., Kuwalla Tee, Peace Collective, Côte&Ciel and Duke & Dexter. For more information about Temitopé or to see more of his work, visit his website www.temitopeowolabi.com or his Instagram account at www.instagram.com/temitopeowolabi.
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