Hallam Drury – Co-Writer/Director/Producer
After successfully writing and directing his debut short film Kiana in 2013, filmmaker Hallam Drury has turned his attention sharing the real life stories of the Kulung people of Eastern Nepal in the forthcoming documentary Carrying Everest.
Follow Hallam’s experiences making Carrying Everest on Incogo – https://www.incogo.com/member/journeybox/1248
Leah Davies – Co-Writer/Storyteller
Interview with Leah – http://www.emmakateco.com/blog/articles/rainbow-chasers-leah-davies/
Dilip Kulung – Consultant
Dilip Kulung was a porter for 5 years, working on the Everest trails to cover his study expenses. Today, he is a human rights practitioner and has been raising the voice of the Himalayan Kulung community. He is actively involved in development activities in his birthplace – Mahakulung, in Lower Everest. Dilip has written many articles about indigenous peoples, human rights and climate change for different magazines. His sole aim is to develop the Lower Everest region. For this, he and his organisation www.kulung.net.np are calling for respected individuals and organisations from across the world with varied backgrounds to become involved in a way they want and can in Lower Everest to improve the livelihoods of the local poor people.
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/dkulung
Jeffery Zampillo – Original score
Jeffery Zampillo is an American-born composer with an affinity for asymmetrical meters and ethereal ambiences. He is most noted for his work with the progressive metal group Exotic Animal Petting Zoo and his current excursion as leader of the instrumental group The Pneumatic Transit.
Philip Meddows – Editor & consultant
Philip Meddows is a drifter amongst artistic endeavors. He has worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Google, Canberra Institute Of Technology and the Sydney Opera House. After doing a story edit on Hallam Drury’s first short film Kiana while studying screen and media at CIT, he found his calling as a video editor. Since then he has worked on numerous short films, music videos and corporate projects. Most recently he put together CIT’s first online interactive course in Biometrics and Identification for the Future. When Philip isn’t working with clients or employers to create media content, he makes videos for his Youtube channel known by his alternate personality DyslexiCBeanie.