TV darling Jemima Osunde recently released a new editorial to mark Nigeria’s 59th independence. The shoot which was lensed and creatively directed by Ayomide Wey in honour of his late father, sets the scene in 1960 Nigeria. Jemima who serves as the perfect muse is seen in vintage pieces from an English ensemble complete with hat and gloves to a lace Buba and aso-oke Iro set.

We Have All Been In That Situation Where We Had To Depend On Somebody. We Cared Less About Risks Or Consequences Because There Was Somebody To Bear It All. We Had No Inclination To Do Better. We Got Comfortable In That Space And Saw No Need To Want More.
Some Of Us Get Lucky And Get A Reawakening, However Sudden Or Subtle. We Wonder How We Stayed Oblivious For So Long Not Caring To Do More. We Realise That Our Lives Could Be Better And We Slowly Transition To Better Versions Of Ourselves.

In Honour Of Akinwande Idowu Wey (01/10/1960 – 09/06/2019)

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An AMW Films (@amw.films) Production
Creative Director: Ayomide Wey (@mide_wey)
Cinematographer: Ahmed Moshood (@ahmed.mosh)
Photographer: Ayomide Wey (@mide_wey)
Editor: Ahmed Moshood (@ahmed.mosh)
Muse: Jemima Osunde (@jemimaosunde)
Words: Modupe Longe (@modupe.longe)
Voice Over: Ada Okafo (@adaokafo_)
Stylist: Sodiq Ayinde (@stylepundit)
Outfit: @Flat17studio
Hat: @Asakraft
Makeup: Stephanie Mozimo (@themozimo)
Props: Tomiwa Abraham (@tinko_abby)
Art Direction: Modupe Longe (@modupe.longe)
Sound Direction: Ibukun Owolabi (@itsibk_)
Production Assistants: Sanmi Soboyejo (@captured_by_sanmi),
Diekolola Grant (@daramola.grant),
Motunrayo Okunola (@motunrayookunola),
Wale Shitta (@waleshittastudios),
Tumi Obasanmi (@tumiobasanmi).