DIRECTOR / DOP / EDITOR / PHOTOGRAPHER
Shaun is a Film Director, Cinematographer, Photographer and Editor making award winning content for the South East Asian & Oceania region’s Television, Film & Advertising Industries. His ability in creating effective brand messages have kept him at the top of his game for clients such as Panadol, Agoda, IBM Global and Toyota Cars.
As an experienced & versatile filmmaker, Shaun has a unique documentary & interviewing style of brand story-telling that captures natural, intimate & cinematically beautiful stories about real inspirational people and their uniqueness in our communities. Recognition for his work includes New Zealand Film Awards, Vienna Film Festival, Gold, Silver and Merits at Cannes, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, CCA, New Zealand, Spikes and Advertising Award Shows. Publications to-date include AC Publishing, the International Photography Awards, Wire magazine, Conde Nast publications, The UK Sunday Times, UK Guardian, D&AD Book, Shots Magazine, Communication Arts and Luerzer’s International Archive’s top 200 Photographers Worldwide.
Saudi Arabia's remains one of the world’s most repressive countries for women where a man’s consent is obligatory for women to access human rights and feminist activists risk arrest. This has not stopped Baraah Luhaid from founding Saudi Arabia’s first gender-inclusive cycling community. "Spokes Hub" is the only running cycling shop with a cafe and workshops that also caters to women in the nation.
As a cycling lover, Baraah Luhaid, strives to get women to fight for their rights and her tool is cycling. Upon graduation, she faced rejection at multiple bike shops because no one wanted to hire a woman. This motivated her to establish a start-up catered specifically for women, to serve as an inspiration for women worldwide.
Everywhere he goes, Orlando Beltrán brings with him a pair of surgical gloves. This is his commitment to attend to any street resident who requires medical help, anytime and anywhere. He has made it his personal mission to the homeless, getting water, soap and medicine to cure the needy. If he is unable to cure them, he will employ the help of a specialist who can.
Orlando sees the need for this commitment as there are between 800-1000 homeless who live on the streets today. He foresees this number growing to 6,000 if the problem is not addressed at its root cause. Siphoning of funds and resources at the government level also contributes to this problem. To address this issue, he established the foundation “The Banquet of the Bronx” to help inhabitants in extreme street situations throughout Colombia.
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