Dola Posh
Photographer

Dola Posh (She/Her) is a Black/Nigerian-born photographer living in England. Dola finds inspiration in her life journey, which transformed after her pregnancy. In her work, she explores the loss of self-identity and postpartum depression and conveys strength, vulnerability and creative perseverance. From the Omo mi series her photograph Care graced the billboards around the UK commissioned by Artichoke Trust and Gallery Org. Her work has been licensed by Facebook and received Leica‘s UK grant for the Women in Focus Photo Project. Her work was also in the EyeMama book on poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood. Her Mother’s Day Year 3 photo was exhibited and sold at the Young Masters exhibition. She facilitated an NHS workshop on mental health and postpartum depression and spoke at Ravensbourne University about women and photography for Capture One. Dola continues to use visual narratives and words to tell stories of black women and mothers on mental and sexual health and expression as a mother herself.

Dola Posh
Photographer

Dola Posh (She/Her) is a Black/Nigerian-born photographer living in England. Dola finds inspiration in her life journey, which transformed after her pregnancy. In her work, she explores the loss of self-identity and postpartum depression and conveys strength, vulnerability and creative perseverance. From the Omo mi series her photograph Care graced the billboards around the UK commissioned by Artichoke Trust and Gallery Org. Her work has been licensed by Facebook and received Leica‘s UK grant for the Women in Focus Photo Project. Her work was also in the EyeMama book on poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood. Her Mother’s Day Year 3 photo was exhibited and sold at the Young Masters exhibition. She facilitated an NHS workshop on mental health and postpartum depression and spoke at Ravensbourne University about women and photography for Capture One. Dola continues to use visual narratives and words to tell stories of black women and mothers on mental and sexual health and expression as a mother herself.

  • Café Kyiv 2024
    Feb 19, 2024
    Colosseum
    Berlin, Germany
    On February 19, Berlin will host Café Kyiv, an annual event dedicated to Ukraine organized by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. The event will bring together representatives of politics, business and culture to support Ukraine and discuss its European future. The Ukrainian Association of Professional Photographers will join the event with the exhibition Armed Truth – 10 Years of the Revolution of Dignity and Euromaidan in Ukraine. (more…)