Nicholas Seun Adatsi is a Ghanaian based documentary photographer. His interests and works spans beyond digital story telling of complex social issues to documenting cultural rites (Ghanaian marriage ceremonies, puberty rites, funerals, naming ceremonies among others), rural Ghanaian lifestyle and intimate rites of passage of clients.
Nicholas is particularly motivated by contributing solutions to social issues. He believes there is a place for photography in global development.
He is very much involved in community development projects having been offered the opportunity to document the precious lives of rural folks and to tell their stories, some of which were published and displayed by the Netherlands Embassy in Ghana.
Nicholas Seun Adatsi is a BSc. Environmental Science graduate from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana with a continuous lifelong dedication to photography. He finds pleasure indulging in sharing photographs of awesome moments of nature and the need for conservation.
His photographs both tell a story of experiences he has lived, culture and the future he envisions, but his pursuit of new experiences pushes him to keep photographing and traveling.
In the future, he plans to champion digital conversations towards actions that create concrete change in areas of sanitation and environmental conservation through the power of photography.
Nicholas is open to building new connections and collaboration.