Keynote speaker interviews
Below are samples of interviews we have created with keynote speakers and presenters at summits and events we have attended as media producers.
We also provide live dialogue moderation on-stage. Below is a sample of Sharad moderating on the TEDx stage.
Live on the TEDX stage
Sharad has held dialogue with extraordinary individuals throughout his career. A highlight would have to include his TedX interview with lululemon founder, Chip Wilson.
You can watch the full interview here and see Sharad's live moderation skills in action.
In honor of exceptional individuals with powerful histories, we create legacy pieces that highlight their accomplishments on camera. We interview both the subject as well as their family, friends and colleagues.
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This is a sample legacy piece we made for Goldcorp CEO, Ian Telfer. He was being presented with the Fraser Institute Award, and we were brought in to create this video to be screened at the live event.
Our production team worked further with Goldcorp to produce their Legacy of Giving video series, which you can see two samples of below.
Our Company showcase reel
Digital Journalist, Legacy Documentarian
Sharad holds a Masters degree in communications, where his academic research focused on personal and digital legacy. He uses his background in journalism to bring out the best conversations between individuals and the people they impact. These video pieces act as a timeless record of achievement for the subject. He has spent the past several years travelling the world seeking out the most influential people in their fields in order to document their legacy for public and private consumption.
His portfolio includes legacy projects with Chip Wilson, Jack & Suzy Welch, Lukas Lundin, Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Susan Sarandon, Tim Draper, Ian Telfer, Frank Giustra and many more.
We work with some of the most innovative and thought-provoking leaders and organizations that have important stories to tell.
The Indigenous Collective
Sharad Kharé and his team produce and fully fund The Indigenous Collective, a non-profit video series that aims to highlight artists and stories from Indigenous Peoples across the country and beyond.
You can learn more about this ongoing project at www.theindigenouscollective.com