Nadine Ann Thomas
Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication
"An education is incomplete without extra-curricular activities. I have learnt so many things. Co-ordinating an event, for example, is such a complex activity that takes careful planning to make sure everything runs smoothly. I don’t get that kind of knowledge from books. You need to be involved and Limkokwing has plenty of such opportunities."
Muuji was born and raised in Mongolia. Moving to the United States, he pursued an education in an array of technical skills including graphic design, Flash, Premiere Pro and Photoshop.
He is 25 years old and currently resides in London.
Alejandro ‘Migi’ De Belen
Daniel graduated in the US with a double degree in Film Studies and Telecommunication. He obtained the European Masters Degree in Audiovisual Management (MEDIA/MPA) in Rome, Italy.
Before moving to the UK in 2004, he worked as a screenwriter, casting director and editor for television in Spain. He now lives in London, where he works as a lecturer and as a freelancer for independent films and Twelvepoint.com.
Shoban J. Raveendran
BA (Hons) Digital Film & Television (pending) – London, UK (2009)
Diploma in Broadcast Communication – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2008)
Never knowing what he really wanted to do in life, Shoban had no idea that his early years behind the scenes involving sound mixing and camera work back home in Kuala Lumpur, would soon evolve into a passion for performing arts and film making.
In his high school years, he immersed himself in acting and appeared in various youth and Christmas stage productions. In college, he was involved in many big productions including fashion shows and a musical in which he acted in as well as designed the complete sound stage for the event. In early 2008, he experimented with small film projects, and took to playing roles in promotional commercials for youth events.
‘I really don’t know why I did it’, he says. ‘I guess being behind the camera for so long always gave me a desire to find out what it was like to be in front of the lense.’
Having satisfied that particular curiosity, in London, he devoted himself to script writing and recently began directing his very first short film alongside a team of talented young people from all over the world.
For the next few weeks, we are going to focus on each of the core crew members before going on to write ups on the cast themselves.
So, introducing, The Producer - kG Krishnan
kG was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Other than writing, his interests include playing the sitar, Bharathanatyam and theatre. He received primary tutorage in Sitar under the Malaysian Maestro, Samuel J Dass and afterwards under Cameronian Award Winner, Kumar Karthigesu at The Temple of Fine Arts International. He is also an activist in support of Neurofibromatosis patients. In his writing, he tends to explore themes that are sexual, masochistic or otherwise pain-related in nature. kG majors in Film & Journalism.