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Amin Uddin Laskar | Assam | 2018

Amin is from Silchar in Cachar district. He completed his post-graduation in Mass Communications from Assam University. During his Fellowship he worked with Farm2Food and WWF, Arunachal Pradesh. He works in the judiciary as a means of supporting his family but remains connected with Green Hub. Amin is a very talented videographer and photographer and has a nice feel for story telling.  


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Bryan Marak | Meghalaya | 2018

Bryan Marak is from the South Garo Hills of Meghalaya and is a Garo. He has  worked with  Samrakshan Trust and with the India Foundation on nature conservation efforts in Baghmara. Post the fellowship Bryan worked with North East Network to document the weavers in the villages of Wagekona, South Garo Hills. Bryan has a great knack for video blogging, as well as anchoring his own stories. For him the camera is an extension of himself, documenting all kinds of moments of his life. 




Chakseng | Meghalaya | 2018

Chakseng is from the West Garo Hills of Meghalaya. He works with a community based conservation school that functions alongside a Hoolock Gibbon rescue centre. Before joining Green Hub he had worked with a North East Slow Food & Agrobiodiversity Society. Chakseng is very attached to his area and looks at video documentation as a tool for conserving traditional practices from agriculture to music. Chakseng has a very warm personality and makes his subjects very comfortable while filming.