Olusoji Seye is a 21st Century Photographer, Director (movie, and theatre), Actor, and Event Planner. He shoots lifestyle, portrait, documentary, wedding, lifestyle, fashion and travel. He got his bachelor of arts in Performing Arts, University of Ilorin, Nigeria in 2016. Olusoji has over 4 years working experience in digital photography. He has been practicing photography since Sept, 2014. He worked as a student during his university days.
Seye is the co-founder of Seyestar, an outlet that handles projects related to Photography, Theatre Arts, Film Production, and Print Media. He takes great photographs, still, motion documentaries and graphics design. He also handles social media accounts. Olusoji Seye has 5 years’ Professional experience of photography production, media and communications. He has relevant experience in developing photographs, and he speaks fluent English.
Olusoji Seye started his career as a Performing Arts students, in the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. After his graduation, he founded and led a theatre company in Ilorin. During his cause of study in the university, he held the position of an assistant director for a stage play titled: Octorush. His directorial skills won him a departmental award as the “Best Drama Performance of the Year” in 2016, and the title of the play he directed was “Ijaye” by Wale Ogunyemi. This same play also won an award for best costume, and was handed to him by the Performing Arts Students Association Award (PASA Award).
In 2017, he traveled with National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) group to represent Kastina State in Mangu, Jos. Where the group emerged the second in Dance and came third in Drama. With the potential power of theatre (a cultural device with a history of more than two-thousand years) he tries to project the place of theatre in Africa and to raise general recognition towards what theatre can do. He decided to create a theatrical project in Freetown Sierra Leone titled: The Suitcase. The project was in collaborations with another theatre troop (Stage to Stage Marshalls) at the British Council Hall, Freetown. Sierra Leone.
In 2019, Seye Olusoji Theatre Organization (Sè Theatre) was in collaboration with another theatre troop (Stage to Stage Marshals) at the British Council Hall, Freetown. Sierra Leone.