Oghalé Alex is a Nigerian-American Creative Director & Photographer based in London and founder of ISOKO.
His work is largely inspired by the concept of calm. He looks to create soothing juxtapositions between his subjects and their environments, giving special attention to posing and movement with color and tone being key elements of every frame.
Through the vehicle of photography, Oghalé aims to change negative perceptions surrounding Black Men & Women.
His work has been published in magazines including Nataal and Viewpoint Colour Magazine. He was shortlisted for the PALM* Photo Prize, 2020 and currently has work on exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery of England.
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"My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge." / Col 2:2-3.
OGHALÉ ALEX LAUNCHES: “ISOKO”- NCL Gallery
Understanding the Artist and Complexity of Underrepresented Beauty - Visual Pleasure Magazine
Passion Photo Essay - The Photographic Journal
"Celebrating the unspoken bond of brotherhood" - Nataal Media
Photovogue - Vogue Italia
"Crown of Mystery" by Oghale Ogbaudu - Mefeater
5 SUMMERY EDITORIALS TO INSPIRE - Atlas Magazine
The Green Interlude - Mefeater
Yellow Maverick: A Rebellion Against Expectation and Confinement - Kamsi Magazine
Meet Oghalé Alex - Voyage Phoenix Magazine