MEET Sena Ahadji, a very energetic, passionate and prolific Ghanaian artist whose talents straddle the paths between graphic design, illustration and photography. She is one of very few female illustrators in Ghana and her work has captivated many admirers. She was featured by the CNN African start-ups where she is described as a talented ‘multitasking designer’ as well as on other online platforms such as the Golden baobab website and the BellaNaija website. This global recognision is testament to her creative genius. Her work spans a wide range of media from digital art, graphic design, print, to photography and hand painting.
Sena, who grew up in Togo, had her early education at the British school of Lome from where she studied graphic design and illustration at Coventry University in the United Kingdom. She currently runs a creative design studio known as Sahadji out of the ISpace foundation’s co-working space in Accra Ghana.