Adama Jalloh is a Portrait and Documentary Photographer living and working in London.

Available for commissions

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2012 - 2015  BA (Hons) Commercial Photography, Arts University Bournemouth
2011 - 2012   Foundation diploma in Art and Design, London College of Communication

2018 'NEW WAVE: Creatives, The Fashion Awards in partnership with Swarovski' - Nominated
2018 'Africa Media Works Photography Prize' - Nominated
2018 'Foam Paul Huf Award' - Nominated
2016 'Magnum & Photo London Graduate Award' - Nominated
2016 'Foam Paul Huf Award' - Nominated
2015 'Undergraduate single image', British Journal of Photography Breakthrough Awards

Selected exhibitions

2018 'Another England: Human Stories', Now Gallery, London
2018 ‘Muscular Notions’, Cob Gallery, London
2018 'Photo East Festival', Suffolk
2018 ‘Yellow Zine Issue 2 Launch Exhibition’, 198 Contemporary arts and learning, London
2018 ‘Volume 4: Celebration of African Female Photographers’ Nubuke Foundation, Accra, Ghana
2018 ‘Documenting Living London’, Gal-Dem x House of Vans, London
2017 'After Hours: Soul of A Nation', Tate Modern, London
2017 'Wisdom Cries in the Streets', Photofusion, London
2017 'Afro-Potraitism', Republic Gallery, London
2016 'Portrait of Britain', 'British Journal of Photography', London
2016 'A New Sensation', Mother, London
2015 'Past, Present, Future: An ode to Black British Artistry', The Hoxton Basement, London
2015 'Acts of Looking', Royal Festival Hall, London
2015 'Black British Girlhood Exhibition', The Centre for better health, London
2015 'Sharp Cut', Candid Arts Trust, London
2015 'British Journal of Photography Breakthrough', The Old Truman Brewery, London
2012 'Bright Sparks', Upper street gallery, London


British Journal of Photography, Financial Times Weekend, NIKE, Royal Court Theatre, Adidas, Channel 4 Random Acts, Sunday Times Style, Kiosk Magazine, i-D, Alexander McQueen, Island Records, PUSH magazine, Its Nice That, Brownswood recordings, Dazed and Confused, Clash Magazine, The Wire, Majestic Disorder, Touching Bass, Gal-dem, Yellow Zine, Nii Journal, LAW Magazine, Jocks & Nerds Magazine, Huck Magazine , Buzzfeed, PYLOT Magazine, Motherlands Zine

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