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CREATIVE

Ka Tutandike" meaning "Let's get started," is a non-religious and non-political organization that champions the rights of vulnerable children in Uganda. Tell2C produced this trailer and three short documentaries to raise awareness and help to fundraise for the organization.

TELL2C

2018 was a prolific year for us at Jamun; we created almost 70 pieces of non-fiction work. Our documentary series over the past year has taken us across the Indian heartland. Our insights from meeting people and having honest and intimate conversations with our subjects have not only enriched our films but our point of view.

AYESHA
SOOD

Asylum seekers live on £5 a day while they wait to hear whether they can stay in the UK. This virtual reality film allows you to experience how this period of limbo feels, waiting for a decision that will affect the rest of your life. 

This was one of a number of VR films Shehani directed while working for The Guardian.

SHEHANI FERNANDO

An explainer about a women's empowerment program run by the UN Capital Development Fund called the Inclusive and Equitable Local Development Programme. It addresses structural impediments that prevent women from entering the labour market through local public and private investments.

TATIANA
McCABE

Chevy Tyler served as the Director of Photography and Editor on this short film about Gotham Greens: a network of urban farms that are reimagining the way city residents receive fresh, perishable greens with thoughtful hydroponics — created for Departures Magazine, in partnership with American Express. 

CHEVY
TYLER

The first episode in an animated micro-series about the history of everyday objects - a chance to rediscover the nearly invisible essentials of our daily lives. Produced for TED.

JESSICA
ORECK

A true crime podcast that dissects the murky complexities of the murder of 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar.  This is not only an exploration of our institutions, but also an exploration of our own moralities, prejudices, and the biases that allow us to create narratives that are far away from reality.

AYESHA
SOOD