Prince kojo Hilton
Prince Kojo-Hilton is a Production Designer/ Art Director, an Art Advocate, born early 80’s in Ghana. The 2016
Osagyefo Pan African Eminence Art Director Award Winner (among other awards and recognitions) and the Greater
Accra Regional Chairman for Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA)
He is a product of the National Film and Television Institute, NAFTI, with a major in Art Direction and Production
Due to his artistic ability, he had the rare opportunity of enhancing his carrier with the Technical Department of the
National Theatre of Ghana, in the areas of Scenic Design, Props Design, Makeup Effects, Set Design and
Kojo-Hilton has exhibited his talents in both local and international productions as an Art Director, Production
designer, Set Designer, Graphic Artist, Scenic Painter, Makeup fx Artist, Story board Illustrator, Model making etc.
To his credit, Kojo-Hilton created the first ever man-made Volcano in Africa 2012 for The Guinness Big Eruption
Concert in Accra. His works are best seen in Movies, TV commercials, Music Videos, Stage Events, and many more.
Adding to his prehensile repertoire - having worked as a Scenic Artist with Hollywood Directors of "Matrix" Lana and
Andy Wachowski on the Science Fiction Movie "Sense 8" - shot in Nairobi, Kenya.
Kojo-Hilton has worked with most of the renowned multi-media firms and film production houses in Ghana. They
always keep laud and recommend him because of his dedication, hard work and ingenuity.
Prince Kojo-Hilton is an Art advocate, for the past 15years of his life; has single handedly Thought, Trained,
Developed and Mentored over 65 young talents.
He received an Honorary Award from the University of Ghana -Legon, School of Performing Arts 2017, and also has
been nominated for the Global Art Award in the category of THE ULTIMATE BEST GLOBAL ARTIST AWARD, November
17,2017 in Dubai,
Kojo-Hilton is the founder of Support Arts Foundation, CEO of HILWOOD STUDIO and the Executive Director of THE
ARTS LEGENDARY HALL OF FAME event which started 2015.