Busola Boyejo
 I am a 3rd-year cinematography student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. I aim to help my collaborators bring their stories to life through innovation, authenticity, and a strong work ethic.
Born in Ondo State, Nigeria, Busola Adeboyejo began their journey in cinematography by taking a class sponsored by the Africa International Film Festival (ARIFF) in 2015. After their training, Busola fell in love with the camera's creative nuances. Out of 200 students, Busola and a chosen few were sent to Montana State University for Documentary Filmmaking and Photography training in the summer of 2017. 
While in Montana, Busola collaborated with their peers on short film projects, YouTube content, and documentaries, which screened at local festivals. After returning to Nigeria, Busola shot Sameness; their experience while shooting this film helped strengthen their love for film and camera operation.
In early March 2017, now living in Texas, Busola collaborated on short films like Hurtful Truth, Call Me Za, and Before I Leave. Their most recent projects, ReFresh & FearLess, are in post-production.
Having received their associate degree from Houston Community College’s Filmmaking Program and being a part of GLAAD's inaugural Black Queer Creatives Summit inaugural class in 2023, Busola is looking forward to collaborating with more Black and LGBT+ storytellers across the diaspora. As they continue to train and pursue their passion for cinematography at the University of North Carolina School of the Art’s Filmmaking program, Busola cannot wait to graduate with their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spring 2025.