David is a filmmaker and journalist with a special expertise in humanitarian issues. Formerly East Africa Correspondent for The Guardian Newspaper, he established and ran an award-winning UN Film Unit in Africa before taking over the UN Film and Special Projects Unit in New York.
Esty is a writer, environmentalist, child psychotherapist and one of the wisest people on the planet. That's why she is at the centre of everything we do and her advice on diversity, gender, child welfare and environmental issues is invaluable.
Christian is an award-winning Lebanese filmmaker. Since 2005 he has worked primarily with non-profits to create stories that inspire hope and education. He has also produced and directed several independent feature length documentaries.
Jess is an exceptional visual storyteller and has the composite skills to get across any message through her gorgeous 2D or 3D animations. It is because of this that she’s been trusted to work on important campaigns including for Alzheimer Scotland and Marie Curie.
Warda is an Iraqi-born filmmaker and journalist with over a decade experience working with major news outlets and the UN. She is a fluent Arabic speaker and a Middle East expert.
More than three decades of experience as a reporter and editor, much of it gained in the field in countries across Africa. His areas of special focus have included the humanitarian sector, climate change and migration.
Urmilla produces, scripts, shoots and edits documentary-style videos, as well as still photographs, helping bring social and humanitarian issues closer to audiences around the world.
Highly skilled self-shooting director, editor, producer and interviewer, well versed at creating engaging content and compelling stories despite limited budgets
Daniel is our lead designer and illustrator working on printed materials. He led on the recent IFRC Anticipatory Action project.
Jordi Matas is a photographer who has been documenting humanitarian and social issues around the world for over 10 years for major international development organisations and media outlets.
Thomas is a cinematographer and editor with several years experience working as a DOP and editor for humanitarian organisations in headquarters and field posts. He has a film school degree from Narafi film school in Brussels.
Phil is a documentary photographer whose work has appeared in the pages of the majority of the world’s major newspapers. His work has been recognised by several international awards and exhibitions.
Séverine is a filmmaker and editor whose films have screened at major film festivals worldwide. She has worked extensively in Asia, the Middle East and South America and strives to make films that capture the humanity of her subjects.
Pierre is a journalist, cameraman, press editor and writer with more than 20 years experience working throughout Asia, Africa and South America with a particular expertise in broadcast news and features.