Ansh is a Toronto-based documentary filmmaker, producer, and video editor. His professional assignments span a wide array of video campaigns for organizations like Google, Whatsapp, Atlas Obscura, and several other global brands, not-for-profits, and educational institutions.
His independent work focuses on stories that examine migration, social justice, and personal histories in India and New York. He was one of 10 Canadian filmmakers invited to participate in the HotDocs Emerging Filmmakers Lab 2020 supported by Netflix, one of 12 artists from around the world chosen to attend the UnionDocs 2017 Collaborative Studio Fellowship in New York and a member of the Video Consortium. His work has been screened at the Oscar-qualifying DOCNYC , along with Nitehawk Shorts, Art of Brooklyn, and several other festivals.
He is also the co-founder of The Pind Collective, a Margaret Thatcher award-winning multidisciplinary art project that facilitates cross-border artistic collaboration between India & Pakistan.