Tobi Kyeremateng FRSA is a producer from South London working across narrative, television, documentary, and art docu-films.
Tobi’s scripted work includes the five-part coming-of-age miniseries How To Be a Person (2022, Channel 4/E4), short films Devi – देवी (2022, Sky Arts), Rise Up (2021, Reboot The Future) and Blue Corridor 15 (2021, BBC Four/BBC Arts) and interdisciplinary films Matriarch’s Garden (2021), Secret Life of Gs (2019) and Wishbone (2018, NOWNESS, Screen Dance International Festival 2020). Her documentary work includes Brixton Stand Up (2022), Black Love Is The Revolutionary Act (2021, British Vogue) and The Rise of No Signal: Black Radio - Here to stay (2021, BBC Three). Her art docu-films include Black Corporeal: Breathing by Numbers (2022), cleave to the Black (2022, Film and Video Umbrella), In Praise of Still Boys (2020) and Roots For a Crown (2019, NOWNESS)
Tobi has also produced commercial branded work for Converse, Jordan, Netflix, Priority at O2 and PUMA, and her art docu-films have been exhibited at 180 Strand, Black Cultural Archives, Jerwood Space, Leeds Art Gallery and Whitechapel Gallery.
Tobi is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a BAFTA Elevate 2022-24 Producer. She was also featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 – Europe – Art and Culture list and was a recipient of the inaugural Netflix Documentary Talent Fund, making her directorial debut with her docu-film Ówàmbé.