Nazanin continuously seeks to create visually impactful content via her work as a designer, decorator and filmmaker. Since childhood she has held a keen interest in the details that make a story visually come to life. Whether inspired from travels or the minutia of day to day life, she inherently catalogues her observations and is always looking forward to using them on the next project.
As a designer, her film credits include Festival de Cannes, Tribeca, SXSW, Clermont Ferrand, among many others. Her work has aired on ABC, HBO, National Geographic, Showtime, and Facebook Watch.
As a filmmaker, Nazanin’s work explores diaspora culture. Her award-winning short film Red Wednesday screened at over 30 festivals world wide, as well on PBS’ The Territory and On Story, and was a semi-finalist at the Student Academy Awards.
Collaborating with the future generation has always been close to Nazanin’s heart. She has worked at various non-profit organizations with children and young adults as an educator in the visual and performing arts. She holds a B.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Political Science from McGill University and an M.F.A. in Radio Television and Film from The University of Texas at Austin.