Tamibé Bourdanné is a photographer based in London. Originally from Chad, Niger and Nigeria, but born and raised in Côte d’Ivoire. His work revolves around places, its environments and people.
A documentary and spontaneous photographer at heart, He loves to show the world from different perspectives, mainly from an ethnographic point of view .
There’s so much beauty in Africa, he believes and takes on a mission to expose it to the world through his delicate and precise approach to storytelling. Central to his practice is the way he interpret the interaction between space, shapes and tones, in order to form an image.
Tamibé uses and transforms the environment around him to create his art. He strives to provide to the world photographs that unobtrusively represent his surroundings and state of mind.
In 2022 Tamibé won the first prize of the Leica Uk – Wepresent Black History Month award allowing him to conduct researches on his ongoing project “A spirited Journey”, documenting spiritual communities in West Africa.