Vikram Gandhi is an award-winning filmmaker and director of music videos, commercials, promos, and films. He's produced and/or directed broadcast and interactive campaigns for American Express, Ford Tumblr, Yahoo!, Taco Bell, Google, Ask.com, Match.com, Puma, Trojan, Energizer, and Snickers.
Vikram is also a non-fiction filmmaker, currently a Producer on the HBO series "VICE" Season 1, and a Producer/Host on Season 2. He has worked as a video-journalist in Asia, covering terror attacks in Mumbai, the conflict over Kashmir, Maoist rebels in India's Red Corridor, Taliban recruitment in Karachi, the earthquake in Northern Pakistan, monk protests in Myanmar, and the tsunami in South East Asia. He's also been a cinematographer on a multiple documentaries in the US, including the 2005 Oscar-Nominated "Street Fight", the award-winning “CrazySexyCancer,” and PBS Nova “ScienceNow” series.
Vikram’s first feature film, the controversial, Kumaré received the Audience Award at SouthBySouthWest 2011, and has been called One of the Best films of 2012 by Indiewire. Since the film, Vikram has appeared on The Colbert Report, ABC Nightline, Al Jazeera's The Stream, The Jeff Probst Show, and numerous NPR programs. He has spoken at TEDxSanFrancisco, TEDxGrandRapids INKTalks, Wired UK, Gravy Talks, PSFK Conference, and the Founder's Forum.