Kingsley Nyarko graduated from University of Ghana (UG) with a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts and post graduate in Marketing Management by the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). After working with New York University (NYU) Accra for 5 years, teaching and coordinating study abroad programs, Nyarko’s desire to learn and do more landed him at Ohio University (OU) School of Film, where he acquired his Master Degree in Film Producing and Directing, with extended experience in cinematography.
He has worked on many shorts and feature films, not limited to; The Right To Remain (2018), Homophobia (2018), Uber Father (2017), or Desire (2016); along with many film competitions. His films examine culture, diversity, race, identity, religion and family life. He has also worked extensively on sound design with John Butler, Cinema Audio Society Member. Nyarko currently joined Columbus College of Arts and Design as an Adjunct Instructor, teaching Visual Narrative and Storyboard.