We are a London based production company specialising in storytelling through documentary filmmaking and photography.
With over a decade of experience we have worked for leading humanitarian organisations around the world, in areas of conflict and post conflict. Additionally we work with international corporations documenting their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes.
Afghanistan; Bhutan; Botswana; Ethiopia; France; Ghana; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Italy; Jordan; Kenya; Kurdistan; Kyrgyzstan; Lebanon; Morocco; Occupied Palestinian Territories; Singapore; South Sudan; Switzerland; Tanzania; Tajikistan; Tunisia; Turkmenistan; UAE; Uganda; UK and Ukraine.
MSF; UNICEF; UNODC; UNHCR; Oxfam; WFP; The Guardian; The Times London; Al Jazeera; British Council; SKL International; The Coldstream Guards; The Household Cavalry
In Somali the word ‘Sheeko’ means story. When family members or community elders say “sheeko sheeko”, it signals that everyone present should gather around for a story. The storyteller begins by repeating “sheeko sheeko” (meaning sit still, I have a story to share with you). The audience replies “sheeko hariir” (meaning you have our full attention, please tell us a story that is as smooth as silk, full of wisdom and imagination).