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.
Sharad has produced interviews with people like Meryl Streep, Peter Diamandis, and Maye Musk.
He has documented people like the Dalai Lama and created content for leaders like lululemon’s Chip Wilson.
Our Company showcase reel
Ian Telfer legacy project
This legacy video captured Ian Telfer's story from his early days as a student through his rise in the mining industry. Combining interviews with Ian's family and friends, historical photos & videos, this legacy video is intended for the Telfer family's private use.
Michell Kaneff Legacy Project
CEO: Arkay Packaging
Our team documented Mitchell Kaneff and his family in New York to create this legacy video for their family. It combines personal stories with the family as well as the history of Arkay Packaging, a world-famous and family-owned business of 95 years.
CEO: David lynch foundation
Sharad Kharé sat down with his friend and mentor Bob Roth to talk about Transcendental Meditation and its ability to heal and shape so much in so many people's lives. This dialogue was captured in New York in 2019.
After their TedX interview on stage, Chip Wilson hired KharéCom to create a 100+ episodic video series which ended with the creation of his new book, Little Black Stretchy Pants which was released this year.
Our clients believe in us and have strong endorsements for our work:
the following people are references for sharad’s work on request:
Ian Telfer, Chairman of Goldcorp
Chip Wilson, Founder of Lululemon
Mitchell Kaneff, CEO of Arkay Packaging