Yomi Adenuga is a young Nigerian who worked on 13 episodes of Teenage Ninja Mutan Turtles.
Yomi Adenuga is the young and only Nigerian who has worked on 13 episodes of Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
investigations conducted by Pulse revealed that Adenuga worked as a Lighting and Compositing artist at the Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Los Angeles, the United States of America for eight months.
During his eight months stint with the global animation studio, which began in 2016 and ended in 2017, Adenuga worked on 13 episodes that include The Forgotten Swordsman; Scroll of the Demodragon; Owari; Requiem; The Tale of Tiger Claw; Tokka vs. The World; The Power Inside Her; Darkest Plight; The Super Shredder; Bat in the Belfry; Mutant Gangland; The Insecta Trifecta; and Broken Foot.
Aside from working on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Adenuga also worked on other Nickelodeon animation movies like 'Albert.'
Unknown details about Yomi Adenuga
Pulse reliably gathered that until 2014, the young photographer worked in Nigeria as the Chief Executive Officer of Wale Adenuga Photography studios in Nigeria.
After graduating from Covenant University, where he studied Building technology, Adenuga started his photography studio where he worked with Eva Alordiah, Dr. Sid and D’Prince amongst other Nigerian acts.
Adenuga currently works as the VFX Supervisor at SunnyBoy Entertainment cow-owned by Emmy-nominated writers Harold Hayes Jr, and Craig S. Phillips in California.