Cebo luthuli
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Cebo luthuli

Video ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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Cebo luthuli
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Cebo luthuli

Video ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I’m a video producer for Greenpeace, previously at the BBC directing documentaries for BBC Three where I shot, short-form documentaries which engage and empower young audiences from black and minority backgrounds. Before documentaries, I created human interest stories for news online. The films would aim to reflect modern Britain and challenge what we understand of gender, sexuality and mental health. I enjoy thinking of treatments that work across digital and streaming platforms, my role has given me a strong understanding of social media, audience engagement and editorial understanding.
Projects
  • Wedding Engagement
    Wedding EngagementAndrew Addo and his fiancé get engaged.
  • UNTOLD: JAILED OVER A GROUP CHAT
    UNTOLD: JAILED OVER A GROUP CHATAbayomi Oderinde explores the reasons why his friend Ade, a head boy who was set to study law at university, is now serving an eight-year prison sentence after posting messages in a group chat
  • Nottinghill Carnival
    Nottinghill CarnivalPhotos to capture the return of Carnival
  • Spending Black: The Currency of Community?
    Spending Black: The Currency of Community?Presenter Aaron Roach Bridgeman explores whether shopping at black-owned businesses, really can make a long-lasting difference to the lives of the black community
  • Ashley Walters #LoveAtFirstSlide
    Ashley Walters #LoveAtFirstSlide
  • The Truth about Britain, Nigeria and the environment
    The Truth about Britain, Nigeria and the environmentClimate crisis is rooted in Systemic Racism. The truth about the British Empire and @Shell - How British colonialism created racism and the #ClimateCrisis in #Nigeria. Check out this report by @RunnymedeTrust & @GreenpeaceUK for more info https://bit.ly/3eav9At #ClimateJustice
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Projects credited in
  • VIDEO - Manhood Academy: Turning boys into men
    VIDEO - Manhood Academy: Turning boys into menAccording to Davis Williams, other than athletes and rappers, young men don't have enough positive male role models. At his 'Manhood Academy,' in North London, Williams and several other black male mentors take on the paternal and fraternal roles they feel young men are missing. They offer "transformational" workshops that aim to support the boys' passage into adulthood and keep them out of trouble. Workshops include practicing empathy towards community issues and responsible citizenship. Meetin
Work history
    BT Sport logo
    BT Sport logo
    Social ProducerBT Sport
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Greenpeace UK logo
    Greenpeace UK logo
    Video ProducerGreenpeace UK
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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Skills
  • Digital
  • Film
  • Journalism
  • Cultural Journalism
  • Editing
  • Videography
  • Directing