Caleb Femi is the Young People's Laureate for London.
He is also an English teacher, filmmaker and photographer.
As a poet, Caleb's commissions include the Tate Mordern, The Royal Society for Literature, St Paul's Cathedral and the Guardian. Caleb has graced major stages such as the Roundhouse mainstage, Barbican, British Library, Royal Festival Hall. He has also opened up for Lianne La Havas and has performed at many festivals including Latitude, Ed Fringe, Boomtown, Lovebox and Greenbelt to name a few. Caleb has also won the Roundhouse Poetry Slam and Genesis Poetry Slam and is currently working on a debut pamphlet. Also, Caleb leads poetry workshops and talks around the UK.
As a filmmaker, Caleb has released two documentaries ‘What Did Love Taste Like In The 70s?’ and 'Heartbreak & Grime', to good international reception, which has led him to give talks and panel discussions on the topic of Grime music, Roadman culture and masculinity.