Ahamefule J. Oluo is a Seattle-based musician, composer, writer, and stand-up comedian. Oluo is a founding member of and trumpet player in the ​Stranger​ Genius Award-winning jazz-punk quartet Industrial Revelation, and was featured in ​City Arts Magazine​’s 2013 Future List as one of Seattle’s most promising artists. Oluo has collaborated with such diverse acts as Das Racist, Macklemore, Hey Marseilles, and TacocaT. He was a semi-finalist in NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity comedy competition, and co-produced comedian (and writing partner) Hari Kondabolu’s albums ​Waiting for 2042​ and ​Mainstream American Comic​, for Kill Rock Stars. He was the first ever artist-in-residence at Seattle’s Town Hall, and in 2015 he appeared on ​This American Life and received a Creative Capital Award. In 2016 Oluo was awarded Artist Trust’s Arts Innovator Award, and the performance of his autobiographical musical ​Now I’m Fine​ at the Public Theater in New York City was called “dizzying,” “engaging,” and “grand” by the ​New York Times​. In 2018, production wrapped on ​Thin Skin, ​a feature film adaptation of ​Now I’m Fine, ​co-written by Oluo, Charles Mudede and Lindy West. Oluo both stars in and scored the film which will premiere in 2019.