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Class of 2019: African Digital Media Institute (ADMI) Graduates!

CLASS OF 2019: African Digital Media Institute (ADMI) Graduates!


The Africa Digital Media Institute (ADMI) has a fully equipped, state of the art campus in Central Nairobi. We were invited to their graduates’ show, ‘GLITCH’, which brought together individual and group projects on Saturday 31st August 2019.

The range of skillsets on display impressed us, ranging from projection mapping, to animation production and sound engineering.

Students gave Q&A sessions around their projects and experiences, and the entire afternoon was filled with creative spirit. We’ll done to everyone at ADMI for making GLITCH a success!

See the full GLITCH catalogue below to check out all their work, or download it here.

African Digital Media Institute (ADMI) Graduates 2019:




  • Betty Wambui Ndugire
  • Brian Mutwiri
  • Brian Otieno Ouma (Bracca)
  • Daniel NJoroge Kamau
  • Eric Mutua Musomba
  • Francis Mureithi Mwema
  • Gerryson Kibet Motian
  • Jevin Mulwa Mutisya
  • Peter Louis Kiama
  • Prudence Mukoya
  • Derek Elkana Akhali



  • Sidney Ocharo



Projection mapping is the technique of using a projectors’ light to map it onto any surface, turning common objects of any 3D shape into interactive displays.The Animation and Graphic Design students have used the constructed surface to project their artworks and animated graphics creating an interactive showcase.



  • Babra Mumbi Okonye
  • Bruce Mwangi
  • Michael Machini Omwoyo
  • Peter Muema Mwangangi
  • Karen Miano Wanjiku
  • Stanley Kabicho
  • Emmanuel Ignatius Bwibo
  • Wakeel Kilonzi
  • Arnold Obiero
  • Carlton Njuguna
  • Joshua Muthaura



  • Eddy Mwazige
  • Nzilani Simu



  • Ana Carolina de Freitas Drumond


Letter from the faculty:

This catalogue showcases the creative talents of students from the Graphic Design, Animation & Motion Graphics, Film & TV and Sound Engineering at
Africa Digital Media Institute (ADMI).

The term “GLITCH”, perfectly exemplifies the culture, work ethic and desire to disrupt the market, and define their own special style and expression.

Their time here has been challenging yet the students rise to the challenge, working on college projects, competitions and with real-life clients.

This in turn has allowed for new skills to be learned, especially working in groups and adhering to strict deadlines.

The range of projects and quality of creative execution displayed is a testament to the training and support they have received from their lecturers. It is also a testament to each student here who strive to define and refine their own creative approach and personal visual style.

Finally, I want to congratulate all the students from this semester for their hard work, commitment and willingness to push themselves creatively throughout their time here at ADMI. I wish them well in their future careers and I’m excited to see what they come up with next.

Brian Omolo
Core Faculty- Design, Graphic Art and Illustration


About ADMI
The story behind began in 2011, when Wilfred Kiumi launched the Jamhuri Film and Television Academy (JFTA). Wilfred, who went on to be ADMI’s Founding Director, is passionate about promoting the education and empowerment of young people. He created JFTA to transfer knowledge to young and enthusiastic filmmakers in Kenya.

JFTA formally rebranded to ADMI in 2015, reflecting their exciting progress. Today, their experienced and qualified staff teach more than 300 students from across Africa, supported by a strong board and a highly respected Advisory Council.


How to find ADMI

3rd Floor, Caxton House,
25 Kenyatta Avenue Corner: Koinange Street CBD, Nairobi
P.O Box 35447 – 00100 Nairobi.
Hours: Everyday 07:00-21:00
Landline: +254 202 35 22 21
Mobile: +254 706 34 96 96/+254 772 91 38 11
Email: info@admi.ac.ke


Congratulations again to all the graduates!

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