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Lameck N.

Nairobi, Kenya

$300 - $500 / Day

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Top Services

  • Fixer

  • Field Producer

  • Translator

Equipment

Video

  • 4K video camera
  • Full HD video camera
  • Multiple cameras
  • DSLR or equivalent

Audio

  • Shotgun mic

Miscellaneous

  • Lighting kit
  • Satellite phone

About Lameck

I am a seasoned Field Producer,Fixer/ Photographer in Kenya with 10+ years’ experience creating and managing high-profile Documentary films, TVC & Photography. I have worked with numerous a-list Producers , talented Directors & Photographers from different parts of the World with big and small budgets . My ability to problem solve, think clearly in difficult situations and continually pull off the impossible make me an invaluable team player.

Top Projects

  • Mangroves: how they help the ocean | The Economist

    • Fixer
    • Translator
    • Field Producer

    Mangrove forests are vital for the health of the planet, but they're rapidly disappearing. Meet the the pioneering scientists who are harnessing the hidden power of mangroves to help tackle climate change.

  • When Trade Flows: FedEx Connects People and Possibilities

    • Fixer
    • Translator
    • Field Producer

    When engineers in Africa connect with manufacturers in Australia, water flows and village life flourishes. Watch how we can help businesses around the world connect, trade and grow.

  • ORDINARY HEROES 18 - ALI ABDALLA SKANDA

    • Fixer
    • Field Producer
    • Production Company

    In the footsteps of Ibn Battuta is an artistic exploratory project that re-enacts the legendary 14th century traveler's journey of Ibn Battuta. Just like the famous explorer Ibn Battuta, the project aims to map the diversity of Islamic Cultures today.

  • All Hail The Algorithm

    • Field Producer

    Google, WeChat, Facebook, Huawei and many other American and Chinese tech companies are racing to partner with governments across Africa and Asia, building telecom and tech infrastructure, ‘connecting the unconnected’ and making mobile technology much more affordable. But in the process, are they building data empires and colonising the internet? Join Ali Rae in this episode of ‘All Hail The Algorithm’ - a 5 part series exploring the impact of these invisible codes on our everyday lives. Ali speaks with academics Nick Couldry and Ulises Mejias about the phenomenon they call ‘data colonisation’, and travels to Kenya to where she speaks with political analyst Nanjala Nyabola, digital rights advocate Nanjira Sambuli, as well as big tech representatives Adam Lane from Huawei Technologies and Charles Murito from Google Kenya.

  • 15 years of PEPFAR: Nelly's Story

    • Fixer

    Nelly Tsindori, a mother in Kenya, was devastated when she learned she was HIV-positive. Luckily, she connected with a PEPFAR-supported clinic and got the lifesaving treatment she needed – one of more than 14 million people who have with PEPFAR’s assistance. Also thanks to PEPFAR, her daughter was one of the more than 2.2 million babies to be born HIV-free to an HIV-positive mother. For more than 15 years, PEPFAR has been transforming the global HIV/AIDS response.

All Services

Pre-Production

  • Fixer
  • Production Company
  • Production Coordinator / Crewing
  • Translator

Production Support

  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Field Producer
  • Line Producer / On-Location
  • Documentary DP
  • Drone Operator

Lameck's Clients

  • Al Jazeera English - Digital
  • Grain Media

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