Jason Okundaye

The Out Of Body Issue

Obongjayar: "No one’s doing what I’m doing"

The London-based Afropop artist tells us about his upcoming genre-defiant, politically-charged debut album, 'Some Nights I Dream Of Doors'.
Jason Okundaye
3.3.22
Photography

Ajamu X is immortalising Black queer pleasure in print

The artist's latest project – AJAMU : ARCHIVE – addresses the absence of books for and by Black British queer photographers.
Jason Okundaye
2.4.21
Up + Rising

Billy Porter: "When shame is all you know, it’s a journey to let that go and really lean into the joy"

The actor and activist reflects on self-love and masculinity in the age of Covid-19.
Jason Okundaye
9.21.20
Opinion

The future of Pride does not involve police

When Pride marches return to streets post-lockdown, we have to reevaluate the role of the police in their design.
Jason Okundaye
6.4.20
Opinion

Tony Britts: Who was the BBC fitness instructor?

The 80s aerobics instructor has become a quarantine home workout hit.
Jason Okundaye
4.9.20
Opinion

how the 'stormzy effect' is changing the narrative around elite university access

In acknowledging the tireless hard work of Cambridge's African and Caribbean Society, Stormzy has spotlighted the Black students reforming access systems and governance from within.
Jason Okundaye
10.31.19
Film

30 years later, this film remains a powerful portrait of black queer love

Against a backdrop of AIDS crisis fear-mongering, ‘Tongues Untied’ explored intimacy, love and desire as the behaviours which governed black gay men's lives.
Jason Okundaye
10.15.19