Director, Filmmaker, and Art Director in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sharad Khare is a digital journalist and documentarian of people and big ideas. Sharad has his Masters in Communications and did his thesis on Social Media Legacy.
His work in interviewing and documenting the worlds most intersting thought leaders has been very well regarded in the world of global content. Sharad is the curator behind Imagination Dialogue, taking leaders from different background and moderating talks with them about their work and their thoughts on bigger questions.
He was the curation team of TEDxVancouver and conducted a live interview on the world’s stage in 2014 with Lulu Lemon’s founder and creator Chip Wilson.
He has conducted interviews with Meryl Streep, Susan Sarandon, Helen Mirren, Deepak Chopra, Arianna Huffington, Iron Maiden, and documented Rock Legends the Red Hot Chlli Peppers and world figure his holiness the Dalai Lama.
He is one of the most active moderators of his age and is always pushing the boundaries of media culture using his talents and passion. Sharad has moderated and taped dialogue at the United Nations, Wharton School of Business.
Sharad has directed documentaries discussing Public Art Practice in the Development world, and another regarding the Aboriginal Musqueam Nation working with Policing Communities in Canada.
Sharad’s legacy work puts him in front of the most influential people in the world that work with Sharad to tell their life’s story to public and private audiences.
Sharad has been appointed the position of Global Content Director for the 61 world chapters of TIE Global, one of the top entrepreneur networks in the world. Sharad produces TIE’s digital interviews with the most influential founders globally as well as moderating and curating their events all around the world.