Ike Edeani (Nigerian, b. 1983) is a photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York. He moved to the United States at 16, studying and working in architecture and graphic design before pursuing photography.

He’s endlessly fascinated by how people move their bodies through space, preoccupied with details, and finding in-between moments. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, TIME, and The Atlantic. Clients include Apple, Nike, Google, and Netflix.