Documentary Shorts

Georgia: Ana’s School (The Path to Inclusion)

Inclusive education is compulsory across public schools in Georgia. By law, schools cannot refuse to enrol children with special needs or disabilities. Yet, many schools are struggling to provide the services required to make inclusive education work. We follow the life of Ana, a little girl with special needs and her school’s efforts to provide

Mongolia: A Cashmere Future

Five years after filming “A Cashmere Story”, the documentary where nomadic herders spoke about the dilemma they faced, caught between their reliance on cashmere and the impacts of climate change and overgrazing on the fragile grasslands of Mongolia, I returned to film a follow up story on the changes herders in the province have undertaken to

Mongolia: A Cashmere Story

As the title suggests, this is a story about cashmere. More specifically this a story about the dilemma faced by nomadic herders caught between their reliance on cashmere and the impacts of climate change and overgrazing on the fragile grasslands of Mongolia. Three herders from the North Gobi region of Bayankhongor Province narrate the changes

Georgia: Education for Employment

This video was commissioned by Czech NGO, People in Need (PIN), who are implementing several EU funded development projects in Georgia and surrounding countries. Rural poverty in Georgia has led many agricultural workers to give up on their farms and crowd into cities where jobs are as scarce. PIN has been working on agricultural development

Nepal: A Sherpa’s Story

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Nepal’s mountaineering industry suffered two consecutive tragic years in 2014 and 2015. On 18th April 2014, sixteen expedition workers were killed in an avalanche that swept through the Khumbu Icefall on Mount Qomolangma or Everest. The following year, the 25th April 2015 earthquake claimed 22 lives at the Mount Everest base camp. As expedition workers

Client Profile Stories

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My first video was commissioned by a small boutique real estate and investment firm based in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The result – “UB Rising” –  filmed in 2011, was widely viewed and shared on social platforms as its release coincided with a brief period of rapid growth during the mining boom in Mongolia. I continued to