Josh Olaoluwa is a film producer who is keen on creating content with strong African narratives. His most recent works have featured on MTV Base, CNN, Netflix and the Smithsonian Institute. In November 2021, he received one of the only 8 Nationwide Scholarships to study Producing and the Business of Film at the Pan-Atlantic University Nigeria, where he expanded his knowledge on African cinema. Following his graduation, he will go on to produce GRIND, a 10-Part limited series which premiered exclusively on Amazon Prime video, debuting as number 1 on most streamed shows in Nigeria. Shortly after, he worked as a producer at Africa’s foremost film studio Ebony Life, where he Produced 'A Sunday Affair’ which debuted at number 1 most streamed Nigerian film on Netflix.
For these 2 projects, He became the only Nigerian Producer that has both occupied the number 1 spot on Netflix and PrimeVideo at the same time.
He also served as series producer for nationwide sitcoms ‘Daddy Yo’ and ‘Peppersoup’, airing nationally in Nigeria across 20 local stations. Both shows have been developed for a second season.
His debut feature documentary as a Producer and Cinematographer is the Making of A King: a documentary on the making of Netflix's first original series in Nigeria, King of Boys. Upon its release, the documentary peaked at number 3 among most streamed movies in Nigeria.
As a commercial producer, he has produced online campaigns for brands like Unity bank, Cadbury and Redbull where he worked with Nigerian pop stars such as Joeboy, Ckay and Tems.
When Josh is not making films, he teaches kids between 7-13 years old on how to use the camera.