Photographer, Paul Sika was born in Abidjan, in 1985. He received his computer engineering degree at the University of Westminster in 2007, before returning to Africa. It was in London that he was introduced to film and photography.
Paul Sika has created his own photographic style, which he describes as “photo-making,” a unique style that combines photography and film. He finds inspiration in computer science, cartoons, manga books and video games.
His vibrant and colorful photographs have attracted the attention of the media and numerous art collectors. His work has been shown in the Ivory Coast, the United States, France and Switzerland.
Glôglô Gospel, 2015,
Photography on light box, 66 x 100 cm,