Born and raised in western Nigeria, Fawole Oluwadamilare Ayomide (a.k.a Drey Mide), is a Visual Storyteller and Conceptual Artist. His interest is solely focused on humanity, with his main focus on our heritage and economy, as well as hinging on social issues in Africa and its different perspectives.
He went into photography in late 2017, to unravel his interest in storytelling and also explore his concept of Conceptual Art Photography. Photography to him is an art and also a tool not only to tell stories but also to educate and envision society better.
With a certificate in Photography at the Unabashed/Abuja Enterprise Photography Workshop in 2018, and also a participant of Canon Miraisha Programme/FootPrints of David held in 2019 at Lagos, he became a bonafide member of APJD (Africa Photo-Journalism Database), a joint project by World Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa.
He has worked on notable documentaries, among them are Bright Butterflies (Dream Diaries), Potter's House, Portrait Of Lagosians, Election Matters, Onidiri, Epidemic To Pandemic, just to mention a few.
He currently resides in Abuja and Profiled as the Special Assistant on Documentation and Personal Photographer to the Minister of Mines and Steel of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.