Imran Ahmad Khan is a multimedia journalism student at the Columbia Journalism School, New York. His coursework in multimedia storytelling includes reporting, digital audience engagement, video, photography, and investigative techniques. He has covered the social justice beat with stories on resettlement of recently arrived refugees and Islamophobia in the U.S. and he is currently working on a long form story on the resettlement of two Syrian families in Albany, New York.
His work includes a short documentary on minority rights in Pakistan, a short film on female illiteracy, and a short video on violent extremism that was covered by BBC. In New York, his video and digital work is focused on the U.S. election, political protests, Islamophobia and the fallout of the new administration’s immigration policy.
Imran graduated from the Lahore University of Management Sciences in 2014 with a degree in Politics & Economics. He is a co-founder of Tamasha, a freelance digital initiative using film to highlight issues.
Before this, he worked as Manager Marketing, Media & PR for the Pakistan Cricket Board and the Pakistan Super League where he was responsible for developing the league’s digital footprint across Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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