Tope Oshin Ogun is a woman amassed with talent, beauty and vision. Our crush for this week is one of the prominent women transcending the game of cinematography.
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Tope made her directorial debut on the popular television series such as Tinsel, Hotel Majestic and Shuga. She has since directed and produced numerous Nollywood blockbusters including fifty which tells the story of four 50-years-old women. Other movies in her catalogue include Journey to Self, New money and We Don’t Live Here Anymore.
Her recent work is Up North that depicts the life of Nigerian youth that went to serve in the northern state of the country.
She worked as an actress for almost a decade until she developed interest in the art of cinematography. She decided to follow of the path of icon Amaka Igwe and Tope has since built a fortitude of her own.
Growing up, Tope took interest in painting, drawing and dancing and originally had inspiration of becoming a world renowned painter. She studied Economics at the University of Ilorin, Kwara state, but left the course to study Public Administration, and then Theatre Arts, TV & FIlm Production at Lagos state University.
Tope Oshin is the younger sister of popular Yoruba actress Bimbo Oshin.