Adebote Mayowa is an Environmentalist and a documentary Photographer, his works are focused on documenting humanitarian and development-related projects. He also delves into spotlighting various topical stories making them relatable to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

As one of Nigeria’s most versatile environmentalist cum documentary photographers, he has worked on various environmental and development projects including SustyVibes’ Communitrees Tree Planting Project funded by the UK High Commission in Nigeria, UNDP’s Youth Climate Innovation Hub, The Federal Ministry of Environment, PickThatTrash project in Abuja, some Water, Sanitation and Hygiene projects by Media for Community Change. He has also worked on a number of documentaries – including one for the African Development Bank.

Most recently, he coordinated the Black Oxygen Project, which documented the illegal activities of a tyre recycling company (Yoyo Recycling) in Orimerumu community of Ogun State Nigeria. The project revealed how the air quality is being greatly affected and the associated health and economic issues linked to the pollution caused.
He is the Programme Director of Climagraphy, a project focused on educating the public, inspiring young people, and influencing policymakers with regards to the science of climate change and its impact through photography.

He believes and aims to use photography as a tool for social change.