Daisy Ifama

Daisy Ifama

Creative / FilmmakerLondon, United Kingdom
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Daisy Ifama

Daisy Ifama

Creative / FilmmakerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I’m a creative and filmmaker born and based in south London. I’m passionate about working on projects that educate, inspire, and entertain. Whether through film, campaigns, or social content, I look to craft stories with purpose— stories that disrupt the traditional landscape and leave lasting impressions beyond the screen. → Previously in-house at Google Creative Lab → Founding member of media platform gal-dem → Runs Nelly Inc, a creative studio, research lab & casting agency US rep: TinyGiant (commercial only) The One Club’s 2022 Next Creative Leader Previous work with: Netflix, Google, YouTube, Condé Nast
  • YouTube: Mahalia
    YouTube: MahaliaGrowing up in Leicester, Mahalia used songwriting to express her feelings and would perform in front of friends and family. Sharing her music on YouTube meant she could take her sound to a global audience of millions. Director: Daisy Ifama
  • Google: Find That Thing
    Google: Find That Thing‘Find that thing’ is a campaign focused on getting Gen Z (18-24’s) excited by the magic of searching with visuals “I had the pleasure of working with Daisy at the Creative Lab on a youth marketing campaign for Search. Daisy’s intuitive understanding of youth culture, her never-ending network of contacts, and her truly multidisciplinary creative skillset meant that she was an invaluable member of the team. Daisy touched every part of the project - from the concept dev to film editing, casting to
    Netflix: TWINKLEBERRY“The story of my super gay school year that had 30+ queer students in one year group during 2005 to 2012, in a small town on the border of the Midlands and the West Country” Directed and Edited by Daisy Ifama
  • RIP SENI Trailer
    RIP SENI TrailerI'm so happy to share the trailer for our documentary 'RIP SENI', which is having its world premiere at Sheffield Doc Fest in June. Please watch and share! ✊ Overnight on 24th June 2020, a piece of graffiti reading ‘RIP SENI’ appeared outside Bethlem Royal Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in South London. This film is a reaction to that event, exploring mental health, public art and injustice. Commissioned and developed by Bethlem Gallery and the Lewis Family Funded by Wellcome A film by Daisy
  • ENERGY: Doja Cat | Boiler Room | Editor
    ENERGY: Doja Cat | Boiler Room | Editor
  • Anne's Story | Google | Creative & Editor
    Anne's Story | Google | Creative & EditorWhen Anne Dattilo attended a guest lecture at the University of Texas she had no idea it would be the start of a journey involving complex algorithms, a space telescope breaking down in orbit, a trip to an observatory in the Chihuahuan desert and, finally, the discovery of two new planets.
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Projects credited in
  • Queer On Depop
    Queer On DepopA celebration of queer experience and a way to self-identify on depop. Launched during LGBTQ+ history month after in depth research with members of the community. https://www.paddypaddison.com/depop
  • Twinkleberry
    TwinkleberryAlmost 250k views on this joyful doc I produced as part of the Netflix Documentary Talent Fund. "The story of my super gay school year that had 30+ queer students in one year group during 2005 to 2012, in a small town on the border of the Midlands and the West Country.” – Daisy Ifama, Director
  • #QueeronDepop
    #QueeronDepopClient: Depop Service: 360 Campaign Date: February 2021
  • the gal-hood issue
    the gal-hood issuegal-dem is a magazine (online and in print) where all of the content is produced by women and non-binary people of colour which launched in September 2015. The aim of gal-dem is to open up our take on the world to a wider audience. We want people from all backgrounds to engage with the work we are doing. It’s no secret that the mainstream media doesn’t represent or reflect us, so we are doing it for ourselves. gal-dem was founded by Liv Little who, frustrated with the lack of diversity at Bristo
  • Women will lead, create and inspire
    Women will lead, create and inspireOn International Womens Day 2019, we launched a short documentary film telling the stories of six female musicians across Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa who have worked, despite all challenges to thrive in the creative industry. The film is designed to inspire women to attend Grow with Google and Womenwill programs in the region offering tailored skills training around leadership, entrepreneurism and digital skills. The activity culminated in a series of events delivering inspirational talks, w
  • Pride Never Stops with Gal-Dem
    Pride Never Stops with Gal-DemA zoom-hosted discussion with Kei, CEO & Co-Founder of AZ Magazine, and Trans Youth Worker Sabah Choudrey, interviewed by myself and two peers. Created in partnership with Converse London and Schuh. Video edited by Daisy Ifama.
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Work history
    Netflix Documentary Talent Fund Assistant ProducerWDW Entertainment
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Netflix Documentary Talent Fund Assistant Producer (FREELANCE)
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    TATE logo
    Freelance Video EditorTATE
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Cannon Dslr
  • Facebook Strategy
    Bachelor of Arts (BA) Goldsmiths University of London
     - London, United Kingdom
    Media and Communications, focused on documentary filmmaking with a minor in print journalism.
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    Next Creative LeaderThe One Club for Creativity
    Next Creative Leaders identifies, celebrates, and gives a global platform to talented women and non-binary creatives who are making their mark on the world with both their work and a unique point of view on creative leadership.