Mujib Waziri has a background in Comp Sci/Graphic Art but fell in love with Photography and hasn’t looked back ever since he left the comfort of a 9 - 5 to follow his passion. He loves creating modern, lifestyle portraits and landscapes of people and places. He gravitates towards documentary photography that captures the human spirit and its ability to never give up. He’s worked with NGO's and has had years of experience with organisations such as Teach For Nigeria, Goethe Institute and the British Council. With his thirst for knowledge and new experiences, he became an overseas member of the British Institute of Professional Photographers(BIPP) to continue to build a solid foundation in photography.

When he’s not writing about himself in the third person, Mujib likes to spend time with his wife and daughter, go hiking with his dog Savannah, grow organic spices and play video games. He makes a mean Bolognese sauce (want to challenge him to a BoloGee-off?) and he detests Comic Sans. As a self proclaimed guru in photoshop, he still like to design every once in a while.He feels fortunate to be able to spend a good amount of time on personal projects, traveling and collaborating with a team of rad people on commercial and editorial gigs. He makes his bed in Lagos, Nigeria and is a sucker for assignments where he has to travel.