Meet Moyinoluwa Oluwaseun,The 8-Year Old Nigerian Photographer Changing The Narrative With Her Skills

Children are gradually becoming leaders of today, and not just tomorrow. This helps them set their career goals earlier in order to build a great future and life ahead of time.

Ariyike Moyinoluwa Oluwaseun is an 8-year old Nigerian photographer who was featured in Reuters News. She won the award for ‘Arts and Creative Personality of 2018’.

Reuters reports:

“A young photographer won ‘Arts and Creative Personality of the Year 2018’ at the Nigerian Child Summit Awards and she’s just 8 years old”

Ariyike started her career at the age of 5, and she inspires young creatives with her passion for photography as she says in an interview:

“When I grow up, I don’t want to be an Engineer or Doctor, I just want to be a photographer. I won’t like anyone stop me from what I’m doing”

Her parents who are also photographers help her in editing the pictures that she takes, and they are in full support of her ambition.

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For the full interview, watch the video below:

Yinka is a Creative Content Writer for FabWoman. She creates content on women, beauty, health, and lifestyle for our social media. She also writes articles, product descriptions, stories, and screenplays. Outside of work, Yinka volunteers for charity and events relating to women, art, film, and professions. She dances salsa, hip-hop, contemporary and traditional dance for events and competitions. Yinka loves cats and rabbits.