Nguher Zaki is a storyteller, documentary and travel photographer, author and lover of the arts. 

She has worked with both local and international organizations, documenting in the areas of advocacy, agriculture, health, development, travel and politics. She has also participated in many photography workshops, programmes, exhibitions.

She is currently the Official photographer to the Governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, SAN. She has served in this capacity for over four (4) years documenting his work, political activities and personal life. She occupies the Office of the Special Assistant to the Governor on Photography.

Nguher is the author of; First Steps and Giant Strides. A compendium of photographs chronicling the life and work of Governor Akeredolu. She is also the author of Rooted which is to be released soon. 

She’s enthusiastic about traveling as a form of self-expression and to broaden her knowledge on telling stories of people and cultures, landscapes and lifestyles, as it borders on diversity of the human race - the beauty of it and the unique challenges that societies face.


2020: Giant Strides - Akeredolu, Journey to Redemption: Ondo, Nigeria.

2019: Women Street Photographers Exhibition: El- Barrios Artspace New York.

2019: Passport: LagosPhoto. Lagos, Nigeria.

2018: Spanish Festivals and Traditional Celebrations: 12th Edition Visual Arts Competition. Though Pyramid Gallery/Embassy of Spain, Abuja, Nigeria.

2018: World Music Day: Alliance Française de Lagos, Nigeria.

2016: Abuja Alive, Shadows: The International Institute for Creative Development, Abuja, Nigeria.

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