Born in Edinburgh, Scottish Supermodel Eunice Olumide is a broadcaster and producer. She has work on national and international productions including BAFTA Nominated Middle Man and as a Director on BAFTA Award winning Trouble Sleeping. Over the years she has honed her skills on a variety of production’s for theatre, television and radio including The Culture Show, Imagine, The Edinburgh Fringe, Traverse Theatre, BBC Two, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio London. Much of her career has focused on social justice and sustainability issues within society.
A passionate activist and campaigner she has worked with the Centre for Social Justice and delivered a key note at the Houses of Parliament influencing the first ever inquiry into the impact of fast fashion on the environment in the UK. A talented curator she has worked with the Tate Modern, The V & A, The British Museum and BFC London Fashion Week. She is also a regular contributor and presenter on BBC, GMB, Lorraine and SKY TV as well as a celebrated public speaker, hosting a variety of events from MOBO Awards, MTV, LFW and Cannes Film Festival.
In November 2017 Eunice Olumide was awarded an MBE as part of the Queens Honours for services to Broadcasting, Charity and Arts. In 2018 she obtained the prestigious title of V & A Design Champion for her outstanding contribution towards Design and Production. A permanent gallery has been installed at the National Museum of Scotland on her life and work to date.