I am an ambitious filmmaker, with a passion for storytelling.
As a passionate documentary filmmaker I enjoy telling real stories of voiceless communities and people living on the margins of society.
I have always been interested in capturing journey’s and documenting inspiring tales, hoping to not only create a memory but to share this to the world. I believe the medium of films have the power to capture morals, messages and escapism, which I hope to achieve through my projects.
As a filmmaker, I aim to create films that not only take the audience on a journey, but also allows them to take something away from the piece. Through my past Documentary projects, Struggle with Life & Race against Time (2013), In the life of Manilal Kataria (2013-14) and Transindia (2015) I have not only translated a journey onto screen, but have provided a purpose. Transindia recently won the Royal Television Society Award for Best Factual (November 2015). Taking home many Official Selections and winning awards at International Film Festivals, has encouraged me to keep on making and doing what I love.
In this journey of self-discovery, I feel passionate and enthusiastic to not only grow as a storyteller but to explore novel projects which addresses social issues. I want my films to move an audience, to create an impact on society and to an extent, the world.
I have worked on several projects which range from Documentaries, Drama films, promotional videos for business, photographing events and conferences, working alongside clients such as: LOROS Hospice, Phoenix Consultancy and NHS England.
I am currently working as a freelance filmmaker and an Hourly Paid Lecturer at Coventry University.
I am a First Class Honours Graduate in Media Production (BA) Honours Degree and Masters in 21st Century Media Practice at Coventry University. I am more determined than ever to reach my goals.