Hi, I’m Tshelane! 👋🏾
Creative Professional, Filmmaker and Podcaster
Tshelane Reid (dey/dem/dere or they/them/theirs) is a creative professional with a passion for visual storytelling, currently studying at the National Television and Film School - “the world’s best film school” according to The Observer.
Combining 5+years of experience in the traditional and digital media sector with what dey’ve learnt at the school, Tshelane is pursuing a career writing and directing narrative films.
Tshelane is about to start work as a Assistant Director PA on one of Netflix’s all-time most watched high end TV (HETV) shows. Dey are also a Communications Officer for the Bristol based documentary organisation Boomflix Network.
Dey identify as Black British Caribbean, Queer, Non-Binary and Neurodivergent and often use dere own experiences as a tool to inform dere practice.
Tshelane’s currently working on a short narrative film to raise awareness about mental health and the living cost crisis. In 2021, Tshelane produced a storytelling podcast through dere newly formed media production company Up Late Media, with the aim of uplifting and fairly compensating creatives from marginalised backgrounds.
In late 2020, dey were commissioned to write a short story about gentrification and the displacement of global majority migrants for the London Borough of Newham.
Tshelane focuses on projects that help, support and advocate for minority communities and is therefore always open to working with organisations that share these same values.
Feel free to get in touch using the contact details below and swipe to see what else Tshelane is working on right now 👉🏾
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