Kelechi Amadi-Obi, after obtaining a law degree and his call to bar in 1993, settled to full-time studio art. He has earned international renown for both his photography and paintings. His unique style and mastery of aesthetics and creative lighting in his paintings have been reinvented in his photography to create understanding, dynamic and result oriented photography for his clients. Some of his works have been featured in exhibitions within and outside Nigeria. These include; 2006, Snap Judgment - New Position in Contemporary African Photography, International Centre of Photography, New York, USA,2005, Depth of Field, South London Gallery, UK, 2004, Lagos Ifa Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany, 2003 Transferts Africalia, Brussels, Belgium. In 2004, he won the St. Moritz Style Award for Photography.
The artworks of Dr. George Fikry, a distinguished Egyptian painter, artist and professor of Art Education at Helwan University. Born in Cairo, Fikry studied fine arts and started his professional career at the Salon of Young Artists in 1989. He won a number of awards but in 1994 he represented Egypt at the International Cairo Biennial, where he received a special mention from the jury.