My work focusses on musical spaces that emerged and matured across communities of the African diaspora, exploring themes of representation and cultural economy at the intersection of music, vernacular and lifestyle. I consider music not only an echoing literature that reveals nuances of everyday life, but also a superstructure that anticipates historical developments, to foreshadow new social formations in a prophetic and declarative way as enunciated by French economist Jacques Attali. Moved by a passion for African and Black subcultures at large, I have founded Crudo Volta, a visual collective that documents the development of contemporary African music and lifestyle across the diaspora. Crudo Volta’s most popular format is the Taxi, a documentary format where contemporary music scenes are explored through the expedient of a taxi ride. I am currently lecturing Audio-Visual processes and Representation in Art & Design in the BA (Hons) Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins.