Tobi is a community-focused queer hair stylist, activist, scientist, poet, performer, singer and writer who works with prowess, centring their work on the depths and nuances of various topics such as love, politics and Yoruba culture. They’ve performed and shared works and projects in various venues around Europe, continuing to create pieces that resonate with many.
Ruth is an activist and social psychology student based in London. In the past she has been involved in supporting youth-led community action projects and campaigns, as well as diversity and inclusion initiatives for a leading investment bank. In her studies she explores topics of race, identity, gender and sexuality from a postcolonial perspective. She was one of the founding members of a society at her university that brings people-centric cinema to the public as a means of social change. She is also a co-facilitator of Femmes of Colour. In her free time she is a cake lover and pug aficionado.
Jack of all trades and master of some, Adae is a queer African Pisces who has been writing for as long as they have understood the concept of language and communication. From angsty teen woes to erotic poetry to vibesy summer tracks, Adae hopes to be writing until the world burns (that’s the only way they see this little experiment going to be honest).