Temiloluwa Durojaiye

Multimedia storyteller | Journalism • PR

Location icon Nigeria

I'm a multimedia storyteller who creates content that's fit-for-purpose, exciting, and evocative. I mostly write about sports stories that focus on statistical trends, or create brand stories from useful consumer insights.

Currently studying for my MA in Media Innovation at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Bylines in National Glory magazine, Culture Custodian blog and Prestige magazine.

Contact me: [email protected]; +1 (775) 870-2649


Sports Writing — Basketball

The Culture Custodian (Est. 2014)
The United States Already Has a Wall in Washington.

After a humdrum season that ended at exactly .500 (41-41) and saw them miss the playoffs last year, John Wall and the Washington Wizards clinched a playoff spot early and look forward to getting further in this year's playoffs than they have in the past three seasons.

The Culture Custodian (Est. 2014)
Average Pacers fail to impress in the postseason

The Pacers managed to sneak into the Playoffs on the back of some standout play from their superstar, Paul George, but were unprepared for the occasion and have now been eliminated.

The Culture Custodian (Est. 2014)
2016/ 2017 MVP Profile - Lebron James

Different season. Same old King James. Lebron has cemented his place at the top of basketball and once again, he's a frontrunner in the MVP race as he guides the defending champs to an improbable repeat.

The Culture Custodian (Est. 2014)
2016/ 2017 MVP Profile - Russell Westbrook

Untethered from, and unfettered with the burden of accommodating Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook is soaring to unprecedented heights this season.

The Culture Custodian (Est. 2014)
2016/ 2017 MVP Profile - James Harden

Mike D'Antoni's decision to move James 'The Beard' Harden to point guard has him playing some of the best basketball of his life and a real shot at a seemingly overdue Maurice Podoloff trophy.

Magazine Writing

National Glory magazine
A rockstar on oars

By any means necessary: Chierika "Coco" Ukogu crowfunded her way to partaking in the 2016 Rio Olympics, becoming Nigeria first ever Olympic rower.

National Glory magazine
Celebrating Young Nigerian Creatives

Art isn't necessarily regarded in Africa's most populous country, Nigeria, but this group are using social media to change the notions around art, as well as pursue a fulfilling career

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