Olubunmi Familoni has written plays, screenplays, and short fiction. His debut collection of stories, Smithereens of Death, won the ANA/Abubakar Gimba Prize for Short Stories in 2015; his debut play, Every Single Day, was selected by the British Council for production as part of the Lagos Theatre Festival in 2016. His work has appeared in Bakwa Magazine, Panorama Journal, Jalada Africa, Kikwetu Literary Journal, Afridiaspora Anthology, Ake Review, among other publications. He lives in Ibadan, Nigeria, where he works on radio.
Ojeikere's camera lens refocus the male gaze away from the female body. He makes the head the singular focus of his shots, utilizes angles and employs lighting techniques that enhance the aesthetic quality of the hairstyle.