Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Bade Fuwa is a self-taught photographer based in Lagos Nigeria. Photography for him has been a way that he can communicate his taught dreams and ideas to the world. He began in 2018 as a fashion stylist after searching for a way to express himself. Then in 2021 he and his friends all visited the Osun Oshogbo Festival and it took off from there and he could not stop taking pictures.

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

“The year 2022 was a really dark time for me. I had just lost my mother from cancer and was dealing with it. I began to see everyone love fade around me who I thought had real love towards me and my siblings. This became more of a reality check for me.”

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pleasure means cutting your pain and pain means cutting your pleasure

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Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

“Around that period, I don’t think I could remember how it felt like to smile. Then this day I was deep in my own thought so I decided to visit the beach just to relax… “

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

“I had not even considered going into photography but I saw these kids in the water when I visited the beach looking all skinny and I felt they were hungry but I noticed they had Joy. I decided to join them and capture the moment. And thus, birthed the series pain and pleasure.”

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Pain & Pleasure by Bade Fuwa

Bade Fuwa

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Bade Fuwa

Bade Fuwa
has not had any exhibitions and the peak of his career is amassing tags on behance on my portfolio and being featured in Vogue. He shoots with enthusiasm as most of his works are stories of his life so if he skips to tell a moment he has to tell a story about something else.


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