Tomiwa Folorunso is a writer, presenter and creative based in Edinburgh. Her work explores the experiences of marginalised voices and connecting people, ideas and stories.
Tomiwa Folorunso has written for the Herald and tiata fahodzi and recently presented the BBC Radio 4 documentary: The Art of Now: Black and Creative in Scotland. Last year Tomiwa travelled to FLUP, Literary Festival of the Peripheries, in Rio de Janeiro with Glasgow Women’s Library and produced three podcasts. A lot of Tomiwa’s work is about exploring the experiences of marginalised voices and connecting them; co-led on the grassroots marketing in Glasgow for the UK release of Queen & Slim, is currently working on CLEMENCY and is the project manager for the Empower Project’s Empower Trustee programme.