Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

After an early introduction to music, Keziah has been pursuing audio production with eagerness. Originally from South London, he has worked in the sound department for short films, co-created a platform to showcase upcoming artists, and produces his own music that is best described as contemporary beats. Now residing in Bristol, he has worked at Ujima Radio CIC, where he utilised his skills in audio production to create a refreshed sound for the station as well as helped to empower local people into the media industry.

Lockdown Diaries: made by Rife Magazine and the people of Bristol

Young people from across Bristol share their daily lives and reflections on life during lockdown in this short film.
Bristol / Film / / Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

When Well-being is White: A reasoning with Vanessa Maria

Across the UK universities are facing a mental health crisis.

#StopTheWhiteWash and start recognising our NHS heroes of colour

On Thursday the 26th of March at 8pm, the stillness of the evening and eeriness of national lockdown was suspended...

Speaking with Colour

A podcast exploring the relationship between language and cultural identity Produced and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

Your art isn't that original, and here's why

Keziah questions the concept of originality in art
Arts/Culture / Music / / Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

Here’s your Middle-Class Roadman Starter Pack

A list of recommended items for rebor roadmen.