Odemi Pessu is a multi-media artist and award winning scholar. While she specializes in travel, architectural, and landscape photography, the broader breadth of her work explores the spatial relationships between material culture and nature. A visual anthropologist and cultural economist, she aims to capture the stories that lay in the angles, sculptural patterns, and forms of everyday life. Odemi is an avid traveler, her photography hopes to cultivate a global appreciation of life’s innate artistry through an abstract lens.
Odemi holds a B.A. in International Relations and Political Economy from Brown University and is currently a Master of Public Affairs candidate at Brown University. She is a recipient of the Ron Brown Scholar Award, the Questbridge Scholar Award, the Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee Scholar Award, and has earned special recognition from the Georgia House of Representatives.
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