Here, Adebanji Alade presents a short film about a twentieth century photographer, Arthur Mole, who pioneered a mass-participation portraiture technique known as ‘living photography’. he does this with professional photographer Karl Taylor – and students of St Benedict’s Catholic College Essex –
Adebanji presents the work of Nikki Douthwaite who produces stunning portraits made with tiny dots. She makes a lovely piece to celebrate Dot Cotton’s (June Brown) 90th Birthday this year!
Adebanji presents an interesting short film on an artist who did great posters but didn’t have much exposure until his grandson (Goff Gleadle) discovers his work and teams up with a great digital artist (Kendal James) to bring these works to life……
This was shown on BBC One, I was featured as the Presenter on a short 4 min film on the One Show, with people finder Cat Whiteaway and Iris Simmons, to unravel something interesting!
Adebanji Alade (The Addictive Sketcher) can be seen here being featured on BBC one – The One Show (in October 2016) where he sketched Jeremy Paxman and also where he interviews, sketches and paints Leslie Ash and speaks about his work.
The whole painting process I did for Sky Landscape Artist (2015) of the year in 2 minutes.
This a short Interview that took place on the 24th of April, 2015 at Arise TV, London. Here, Adebanji explains a bit about his sketching habit and mostly about his latest painting, “The African Doll” which is currently being exhibited at Lacey Contemporary Gallery, till the 11th of May 2015.