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  1. How would you describe LetsMakeADifference?

LetsMakeADifference is a dynamic duo made up of two friends, Patrick Paka and Nana Kwesi. We’re a creative and lifestyle brand possessing a distinct and original concept of men’s street fashion and lifestyle in Ghana. We combine genius creative ideas to showcase style and art in a different dimension.


  1. What is the motivational factor behind your fashion sense?

 There are so many factors behind our sense of style but the major key (laughs) is our heritage. We mean heritage, in terms of ideas, customs, social behaviour and basically the society as a whole.


  1. What key element do you focus on when putting outfits together?

We keep an eye out for detail, which is first and foremost. We make sure we pick the right accessories for the right outfit and we take into consideration colour and texture of the outfit to make sure it doesn’t have an “off” vibe. In our line of work, you’d definitely not want to put people off with your choice or “idea” of fashion whiles still trying to be original and creative.

  1. Unorthodox Reviews and its readers would like to know about your modelling and photography. What inspired it and what’s the biggest challenge you’ve faced yet?

Wow! (Smiles) This is an interesting question. We would first like to make a clarification. People identify us as models which we are not. You always find us in front of the camera because we always want to fill our visuals with the right emotions and expressions because, we don’t just take photos, we tell stories, from personal ones to those we’ve witnessed. Our source of inspiration has always been our encounter with people, the environment and situations we find ourselves in. With that out of the way, it wouldn’t surprise you to know we’ve faced many challenges, without them we wouldn’t know what progress feels like. But like everyone trying to make something of themselves, striving for the ultimate goal, success, we always find ways to overcome them. Just to mention a few, money in terms of creating  high budgeted visuals, equipment for high quality and standard visuals to meet the taste of art lovers and exceed expectations among others.


  1. Do you model for other photographers?

 As of yet, we haven’t but any photographer embarking on a project who would want us to be a part of is gladly welcome.


  1. You are visual creatives, you say. What inspires your concepts?

Well a lot of factors come into play when it comes to concepts. Our life experiences is definitely top of the list, research (internet, books, etc.) and travelling. We also pick cues from people’s mistakes. So basically it’s everything we come into contact with.

  1. What has been the biggest difference in your life pre-modelling and Photography?

Well, that would be progress, as regards our art, basically. We’re yet to witness difference (laughs).


  1. Who are some of the people/brands you’ve worked with, what’s your biggest gig yet and how have you been affected by your involvement with these persons/brands?

All praise to the Most high, we’ve had the opportunity to work with some well-known in and out country brands like Motherlandkrooks (New York) which is a men’s apparel brand, Sibahle Africa (South Africa) a feminine magazine, Chale Socks (Ghana) a luxury socks brand among others. We’ve always believed in establishing a good relationship first before work. We’ve had smooth operations with these brands with the exception of instances where we’ve been given limited time to create in spite of the expected quality of service which of course is a challenge that has helped our work ethics and creation process. About our biggest gig, the Journey is just beginning.


  1. Looking back, what are some of your biggest regrets and what are some of the unforgettable delights?

As young creatives on a journey we sometimes fail to realize that the path isn’t always smooth, there’ll be rough patches and ill-minded and petty people who would take what you do for granted. We encountered some of these along the way. Some of our biggest regrets is working without establishing written contracts and not establishing relationships before accepting to work, something we have learnt a lot from. Our biggest delight is having the opportunity to work and collaborate with brands across the world.

  1. Lastly, where do you see yourself in the next say… 5 years?

Like all competitors, eyes are always set on the prize. For us, the next 5 and more years would see us doing what we do and more, only on a god LEVEL! (Laugh)

Compiled by Jephthah Osei – Mensah


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