Lamin tells stories as an actor and filmmaker.
Lamin is a local in New York (United States) + Hamburg (Germany) + Banjul (The Gambia).
His theater credits include the solo-show “LENZ”, directed by Luisa Taraz, which premiered at the Kraine Theater, “Monstrosity”, and “Big Love”, both directed by Sherri Eden Barber, “The Balcony”, and "Antigone" at the Classical Theater of Harlem (nominated for the 2018 Audelco Award for Best Revival of a Play) and Lincoln Center, both directed by Carl Cofield, "Language of Angels", directed by Jason McDowell-Green, “Dust to Dust”, directed by Lilith Bachelder, which appeared at the NYC Fringe Festival, and Kayla Hamilton's "Nearly Sighted/unearthing the dark", at Performance Space New York, presented by Arika and The Whitney Museum of American Art.
He could also be seen in the film “The Broken Hearts Club” which premiered at the Seeds Film Festival in London, “Turn Blue”, with its premiere at the New York City Short Film Festival, before being selected as a finalist to both Los Angeles Cine Fest and Hollywood Screenings Film Festival. Furthermore he starred in the short film “Solitary”, which was screened at The Museum of the Moving Image as part of a Tribeca Film Institute series. Lamin also has a lead role in the film "Risperidone", written, directed, and starring Samantha Hoefer, actress of the Oscar nominated film "Mudbound".
Lamin has written and directed multiple short films, including “Fever Source”, that was selected for The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, and "Cloud Zero", which was recently reviewed in Downtown Magazine.
Lamin is a graduate of The New School University, located in Greenwich Village, NYC.