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Dre Nnamdi Anozie

Artist member since 2019
Toronto, Ontario

Nnamdi Onyi Anozie is a Nigerian born, self-taught Fine Artist with a primary focus in Fine Art Photography, Acrylic Painting, and Experimental Video. Currently residing in Toronto. While his practice includes a wide range of materials and ideas, some of his interests may include topics about 1.) Spirituality, Symbolism and Realism most specifically Ancient Nigerian Culture and Spirituality, 2.) Lucid Dreaming. Depending on the subject matter for each body of work, the material of choice may vary from Installations, acrylic photo prints, oil and acrylic painting, charcoal drawing, sculpting, and experimental Video. My creative approach can be seen as one of a pathetic fallacy, symbolism, photorealism, and abstract expressionism in fine art photography. Nominated for Best Video Direction at the Toronto Film School Festival of Films 2015 and Awarded the David Maltby Photography Award 2016. Over these years to present he’s been fortunate with the opportunity to freelance providing videography and photography services for various established brands, Music Video Artists, Local Business and Individuals looking to build a visual identity for themselves. This allowed him to work on other cool projects, from emerging brands to current events and of recent make time for his own creative and artistic development.


What do you listen to when you work?

Soul Jazz Music or a Podcast

Which piece of art you've created is your favourite, and why?

Dancing with Ghosts and Fire. It was a spiritual experience.

Best season of the year in Toronto

Summer and then Fall

Favourite movie

The Notebook

Favourite medium

Fine Art Photography & Oil/Acrylic Painting,

What places do you hang out in Toronto?

My house, the beach, parks/trails and then my house again.

Select Past Exhibitions

Nia Center for the Arts / Gallery 44, Toronto
G44 x Nia Center Film Photography Program


Nia Center for the Arts / Gallery 44, Toronto
The David Barker Maltby Award


York University
Film Studies


Toronto Film School
Film Production

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