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Wale was a member of the theatre ensemble known as C.H.A.T (Christ’s Heirs’ Acts & Theatre)-now InvisibleOne Inc.


He has about a decade of excellent experience in the Television/Film industry in Nigeria and other African countries. Over the years, he developed a specialty in cinematography, directing and producing. He founded Linton Works in 2010 while studying film and TV production at the International Film and Broadcast Academy, Lagos.


Since 2010, Linton Works has undertaken several projects in the film industry. In 2010, he worked with Tunde Aboderin of Mobile Cinema Crew for the production of the “Rachael’s Cross” movie as the production coordinator and 2nd Camera man. He also worked as the Production Manager for the BBC Documentary, researching on Biodiesel production in Northern Nigeria with the same crew. 


In 2014, he was the Director of Photography for GAME CHANGE that won the INSHORT BEST EDIT 2014 award.

He was also the Production Manager for LINE UP, a South African film shot in Nigeria (Bariga, Lagos). He also doubles as media partner in charge of video and live streaming of LIGHTHOUSE MULTIMEDIA Company since 2010.  He has also worked on several TV shows and movies. In August 2015, Wale joined Toba Oduwaiye to start Latitude Space Limited, a company of young, brilliant, highly skilled and highly creative minds.


As the project manager, he ran the media production for Muon Films in New York between the 2016-2018, after completing a short course session at the New York Film Academy. While at Muon Films, working closely with Bret Cafferty, he produced Ads for Kim Hotel in Queens, NAB show at the Javits Convention Center, New York, documentary and summary show for the Small Business Expo. They also did short films submitted to local festivals as well. Back in Nigeria is working on creating an OTT in Abuja where Nigerian and African contents can be watched and pay per view. 

He is a member of the Board of Directors, InvisibleOne Theatre Foundation.


He is happily married to Taiwo. When he is not on a movie set, he loves his car race games.

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