Today, my tip for the would-be entrepreneur is how to fund your ideas.
Courtesy: Youtube The postman hands you an envelope. It’s from your mother. You notice that the envelope has been opened and its content read. The postman smiles and walks away. What would you do? There has never been a moment like now, where the most valuable asset we possess is our identity and the people […]
The TradeCom IP and GI legal training workshop from the 7th to 14th of February 2010, just ended in Ghana. I lectured on Cultural Goods within the ECOWAS region. Find here the photo documentation of the workshop. © Copyright 2010 Ofamfa New Media. All Rights Reserved.
I am honored to be co-producing a series of campaigns on behalf of the Ghana National Peace Council. As the 2008 Elections are drawing closer, tensions are mounting between political parties and the need to call attention to the nation is ever so urgent. Below are 4 of the campaigns and the documentary “Country First” […]
This is a newsletter i put together on behalf of the International Institute for Advanced Studies of Cultures Institutions and Economic Enterprise. The concept behind the newsletter was “bold, vibrant and unique”. IIAS-NEL-210807 – Upload a Document to Scribd Read this document on Scribd: IIAS-NEL-210807
An ICC factsheet i designed whilst working for public information. It uses visualizations as key elements within the design process. The idea is to significantly position the organs of the court in an effective visualizer. Here is what i came up with finally. fs-icc – Upload a Document to Scribd Read this document on Scribd: […]
I post-produced and edited these television advertisement for Aloette Cosmetics also in 2006 using a famous face and collections from the Aloette range of products. Famous face Aloette Range Post-Production and Art-direction By: Salvador L. d’Souza (aka. Laurie The Boss) Elements: Famous face, Aloette range, DVCAM, Color Correction, Non-Linear video editing, Photography, Motion Graphics, Sound-Design, […]
On the 3rd May, 2007, the Domestic Violence Act was passed into law after years of deliberation and domestic resistance. Many local communities refused to welcome advocates for the bill as they were perceived to be anti-family, anti-harmony and anti-Ghanaian. I was the creative director and campaign strategist for this project at CETNET and produced […]