K Bailey Obazee is Founder and Director of PRIM, a platform for storytelling which also produces OKHA, a monthly queer + Black book club. She is also a curator, consultant and researcher.
K’s focus is storytelling, and in particular ensuring access to storytelling by people of Black ancestry is available and readily accessible. She has so far collaborated with Aesop, British Vogue, and AKO Caine Prize. Worked as a researcher for Arts Council England and been featured in The New York Times, Resident Advisor and numerous podcasts and radio shows. Born a Nigerian and raised in East London, working on building for and with her Queer & Black community is numero uno. K is currently at Penguin Random House’s Ebury division, working as as Editorial Trainee.