Charlie Kimilu (class of 2016), is the founder of Project Studio Creations and a lecturer at ADMI. Previously, he has worked as a Technical Manager at Coke Studio and Churchill Show.
Mahad Ahmed (class of 2016) is a Camera Operator and Editor for RTN TV. He is also an aspiring actor who played the lead role in WaziFM, a feature film that won in the Zanzibar International Film Festival in 2013.
Mark Mugo, class of 2017, is a Visual Storyteller. He is the founder of Original Content, a VR and 3D entertainment technology company. Previously he has worked as an assistant A.D. on the Netflix series Sense8, as the Director of Photography (D.O.P) on a KTN TV series #Tujaribu and as a rigger for Supersport.
Steve Toom is a Film & TV Production graduate who works at Lewa Conservancy. His passion for wildlife drove him to pursue a career in shooting wildlife documentaries.
Naseem Wanjiru, class of 2017, is a producer. She is currently handling financial management/budgeting, scheduling and administration
Mohamed Abdalla Abubakar
Mohamed Abubakar, class of 2017, is a Producer and Presenter for Ebru TV’s Soccer 360 and co-hosts Sports Arena on Hot96FM. He is an Intercultural Exchange Trainer with The American Field Services – Intercultural Programs. Previously he was part of a Children’s Support program in Mombasa, for which he received an award from the US Embassy. He’s worked with Save The Children as an English Trainer & Project Developer at Mahama Refugee Camp in Rwanda. They initiated the “Learning English through Radio” project to help the locals understand the language.
Evans Sunday Okello
Evans Sunday Okello, class of 2017 is a Director at Project Studios. He also produced and directed , The Legion, a ZIFF (Zanzibar International Film Festival) 2017, Best Director nominated film. He also produced, ADMI’s TVC, Seek the Light. Previously he has been involved in a Docubox documentary, KICC TVET conference, NAICCON, OLX, SOMA awards 2017, Guinness Fan Zone 2017 (Thierry Henry’s visit to Kenya). He served as a technical assistant at Laugh Industry.
Ian Maina, class of 2017, is a Director – Shot Listing, (Motivating & Communication), Shooting. He is currently working with Plan Africa Productions as a Camera Operator.
Brian Lloyd Metto
Brian Llyod Metto, class of 2017, is a Producer (music & film), Content Developer and Audio Engineer at The lmpro.suite. Previously he has worked at Anga Afrika Luxury Resort as the digital content manager.
Stella Wangari, class of 2017, is a production assistant at Radio Africa Group. Previously she has worked as an art assistant or production design assistant in set dressing, creating mood boards and buying of props
Ian Job Onserio
Ian Job Onserio, class of 2017, is a Content Creator – Screenwriter, Director, Cinematographer, Sound Designer and Editor. His film, Wafula won the the Best African Film, at the African Smartphone International Film Festival in 2017. He was also a finalist at the Vista Project competition.
Isaac Biosse, class of 2017, is a photojournalist – Daily Life Stories, Breaking News, Current New. He is a photographer at Lighthouse Chapel International and an Assistant Photographer at Studio X Previously he has worked at Spire Education as a Marketing & Communications Intern.
Victor Ngui, class of 2017, is a Music Producer/Film Scores – Music Composition & Editing (FTV), Recording(FTV). He has previously worked on the film score of two films, Moksha Effect and The Office.
David Tito Waititu
David Tito Waititu, class of 2017, is a Motion Graphics Arts – 3D motion graphics, infographics, 3D animation
Peter Wanjohi, class of 2017, is a live sound engineer at Main Switch Group.
Wambui Muigai is a former ADMI student who has forged a career in cinematography. Her work has included Netflix’s Sense8. Wambui was also part of the Film Aid team that trained refugees in Kakuma.