Biko Molobye is a young black South African born 1987 December 08, in a town called Rustenburg in South Africa. He later moved to Gauteng at a very young age to live with his father in a township called Kagiso, after losing his mother to whom he was the only child. He started his schooling in a small Indian community called Azaadville and later moved to the township (Kagiso), for most of his high school life. He has been elected for various leadership positions from school, including deputy president of the Representative Council of Learners (RCL) and school governing body.
He then studied media in a institution called Boston Media House in Sandton, which gave him interest and passion in the world of media, his knowledge of the brunt that media has in the world as made him want to tell stories that no words could ever describe. It is when he discovered the Market Photo Workshop that he realized that his dream could be reached, he then joined to learn more about this art, build a portfolio and take a step closer to the dream. He completed the Intermediate course with the Market Photo Workshop. He is currently in a heritage project (Makweteng) organized by the Market Photo Workshop and working towards building a strong body of work.