Onysha D Collins is a Filmmaker, Spoken Word Artist, and Photographer.
As a writer she contributed towards Humanitarian Sheila Roseau’s acceptance
speech for the ‘Hero Acting to End Modern Day Slavery Award’. This was presented
by then US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton in Washington, DC.
Her Filmmaking work includes editing Documentaries for the UN,
Campaign Against Arms Trade, and Platform London. Notably,
she was selected as runner- up in the national filmmaking
competition 'Dream to Screen' judged by the BAFTA
chief executive Amanda Berry, Dame Helen
Mirren, and 20th Century Fox's Sales
Also recognised within the Poetry world Onysha has been invited to perform in
acclaimed Filmmaker Menelik Shabazz's film 'Looking for Love'.
Notwithstanding this, she's been invited to recite pieces at the
House of Commons, the Ministry of Justice, the Victoria
& Albert Museum, Rich Mix, Lambeth Probation
Centre amongst many other venues.
As an alumni of Reading University she is a Mentor on
their THRIVE scheme.