All We Have has brought together an international team of creatives from all corners of the globe.
Minh Pham is Vietnamese-American and a former United Nations diplomat. He has worked in Madagascar, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Jamaica and Laos. A co-author of Mosaic Myanmar, Pham is a frequent political commentator on South-East Asia, an accomplished chef and an indefatigable traveler. He currently lives in Manila, Philippines.
Julia is a German-American documentary filmmaker based in the UK. She has worked with international film teams in Japan, India and Europe and has produced series for the History Channel UK and BBC World. She survived her existential crisis in lockdown by swimming in the cold sea.
Austrian-born Rosi is based in Berlin and recently graduated from high school. With a passion for tattoo-art, music and communication design, she is finding her way into the creative industries. She spent lockdown getting stuck in projects and riding her bike through the concrete jungle.
Italian-Swede Paola Boncompagni has worked extensively on development projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, South-East Asia and Central America. She is a freelance journalist, writer, documentary author and producer, and an avid jazz singer.
Anna is a filmmaker from the post-Soviet block with four home cities. Anna is against borders and the things she loves the most in life are people, techno and nature.
Stephanie is Dutch-Colombian and works in the European Parliament in Brussels where she advises on transport and tourism policy. She enjoys making music, dancing and travelling. During the lockdown she was happy to have more time to play the violin.
Dan is a UK-based film director specialising in original and branded documentary. He has produced films around the world, including for the United Nations, UNICEF, World Bank, ChildFund, Schroders, Scouts UK, Leonard Cheshire, and the Government of Australia. He spent most evenings of the lockdown dreaming of tennis courts.
Kajri Babbar is a filmmaker, theatre artist and social activist based in India and UK. She aspires to use her craft of filmmaking to change perceptions of gender and sexuality. She loves to travel and meet new people, in the lockdown she is finding her escape in watching travel shows and human centric documentaries.
Ewa is a Polish reportage photographer and illustrator, currently based in London. When she’s not selling cinema tickets, she’s taking photos behind-the-scenes of theater shows and film events. Inlockdown, she found solace in line drawings.
Emily Yourman is a New York City native who recently graduated high school on Zoom. She is passionate about journalism and recently had her first paid gig as a writer for a local paper. In quarantine, she used her extra time to write letters and (painfully) train for a half-marathon.
Rhianne is a textile artist and design consultant living on the South Coast of England. On furlough leave from her position at Winchester's famed Hampshire Wardrobe, she can be found behind a sewing machine creating decadent textiles or cuddling her pug Genghis.