Telling stories, be it real, fictional, or mythological is innate to being human. This is what we have been doing since our early origins. I have been making, writing, and imagining stories since I was really young. Animation is how I first stepped into the profession of being a filmmaker.

Love’s Age’ is my Vancouver Film School grad film for which I had my full creative control from character design to story, script, colour and treatment. The film has been showcased in many international film festivals around the world including HollyShorts Film Festival in California (Academy Award Qualifying).


Their 50th wedding day was meant to be special, but things turn sour when Bob gifts Judy a box of donuts for as an anniversary gift. An angry Judy veers off in her electric buggy. Bob’s attempt to pacify her turns into a race across town. Does Bob have a trick up his sleeve to be able to win Judy back ?

The Art Of 'Love's Age'

Love’s Age is a labor of love. The story is close to my heart in many ways. The art, character, and settings of the film are inspired by the beautiful autumn weather in Vancouver, Canada. 

Hooked’ is my second Vancouver Film School grad film which was created by using 2D digital animation techniques mainly Adobe Flash and Photoshop at the time. I had complete creative control over the the story, character, background, and animation.


A cautionary tale. Our man “Dude” walks along a dark and dingy alleyway in the middle of the night. He spots a strange orange light calling to him and he gets curious. 

The Art Of 'Hooked'

Hooked is a thriller/horror genre short animation film. The message of the film is the dangers of smoking and drugs. The film attracted the attention of some educaters and was requested to be part of the curriculum and to be used in schools across BC.

Emergence: Out of the Shadows

I took my first steps into documentary filmmaking with Emergence: Out of the shadows. I feel proud and extremely grateful to be given the privilege of telling the real-life stories of people, who trusted me with their lived experiences. 


For Kayden, Jag, and Amar awakening to and expressing their sexuality within conservative South Asian families was a lonely and terrifying experience. Denial, shame, and despair haunted their youths, even threatening their lives. Yet, they’ve emerged. In the gripping feature documentary Emergence: Out of the Shadows, the disparate journeys of Kayden, Jag, and Amar candidly converge around a shared sense of compassion and healing as they bravely convey their often heart-wrenching stories. Confronted with tradition and taboo in their Punjabi Sikh cultures, resisting silence, Jag’s parents and Amar’s mother choose love over rejection, offering courage and inspiration to individuals and communities struggling with acceptance. Tender, thoughtful and teary, Emergence: Out of the Shadows asserts a potent and transformative voice in support of marginalized queer youth and their families.