No! Wahala Magazine is one of Africa's first contemporary photography magazines championing authentic visual stories by African Creatives. The aim of this magazine is to showcase important visual stories told by African talents on and from the continent and get them seen by industry professionals. It is also a platform where Creatives can learn, be inspired, network and better their visual storytelling skills whilst serving as a safe space where photographers can share their wins and the difficulties faced within the photography industry.
No! Wahala Magazine is much more than just a publication and online platform, it is also a resource that teaches creatives and industry professionals alike, about the importance of ethical storytelling and how this can be achieved through both learning and unlearning. A publication is printed and released once a year and stocked in creative spaces and educational institutions. Activities such as workshops, artist talks and portfolio reviews also take place throughout the year.
We are a self funded magazine and are continuously looking for sponsorships and partnership opportunities with organisations, educational institutions and brands that share our goal. If you or your organisation are interested in partnering with us, then feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you would like to contribute towards the next issue, please click on the donate button.
Meet The Team
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Anne is a British-Nigerian Visual Artist and Photo Editor who focuses on representation and ethics within Photography.
KC is a widely published Documentary Photojournalist whose work focuses on humanizing real issues in West Africa.
Idowu is a British-Nigerian project coordinator who is passionate about spotlighting Africa-based artists beyond Africa.
Curator & Writer
Claire was born and raised in Cape Town, and creates through a research-led practice, finding ways to make things that may seem invisible, visible.