Bim Ajadi is an accomplished and award winning independent filmmaker with more than 15 years experience. He has worked for leading broadcasters and independently as a director and editor and produced high quality television documentaries, music videos and dramatic short. 

His career initially began in graphic design and 3D animation before he became a TV and film editor. After working in post-production for several years for companies such as the BBC and Channel 4, Bim made the decision to become freelance. 

For the past twelve years, Bim has directed and produced for a diverse range of clients with whom he has formed strong relationships. Bim is a Black British Londoner and he is profoundly Deaf, which gives him a unique visual perspective on the films he has created. 

Throughout the summer of 2012, Bim co-directed a film for Channel 4 for the opening of the London Paralympic Ceremony. Most recently, Bim participated in a BAME Directors course at the highly respected National Film and Television School (NFTS), which resulted in making his debut mainstream short fiction film.  His recent credits include the docu-drama Dot(2018)the award winning short film and the music video I believe.


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