Stock photography Nepal

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Our work spans 71 districts across nepal
Created more than 1000 impactful videos for Organizations across the nation and around the world
Stock Photography Nepal
We work in the Philippines and India
More than 50+ organizations trust us with their storytelling
over 1,500+ communities explored across Nepal
Create | Capture | Inspire

When you start a new project, it's essential to choose the right road to move forward. Thankfully, we've been there before, and we know where to turn on a highway.

WE ARE A FUN, IRREVERENT, KIND CREATIVE TEAM THAT LIVES AND BREATHES VIDEO STORYTELLING. COME AND SPEND SOME TIME WITH US AND YOU’LL REALIZE WE ARE KIND OF OBSESSIVE ABOUT OUR WORK BUT WE DON’T TAKE OURSELVES TOO SERIOUSLY. HOURS GET LONG ON SET AND WE BELIEVE IN KEEPING PEOPLE WELL FED AND IN GOOD SPIRITS. THAT’S A LONG WAY OF SAYING WE ARE AWESOME AND PEOPLE LIKE WORKING WITH US, MMMKKKAY?

JANAKPUR

We worked with 115 women and adolescent girls from the Musahar communities of Dhanushadham municipality across 9 different localities to document basic and advanced Level Training on Tailoring and Mithila Art was provided to a total of 5 batches of project participants willing to learn and earn for living. In the meantime, indigenous knowledge and skills of the community members was also explored as a result of which we were able to incorporate Embroidery and Crochet work.

SPN Intitative

Bags for Bardiya

Last year, while on assignment, we worked at Shree Nabajyoti School. Just as we concluded the work, Jayanti Madam, one of the teachers, approached us and told us about the community's situation, including how the schoolchildren couldn't afford decent school uniforms and school bags. She asked if we could support the school in any way. We made no guarantees and simply stated that we would try our best. Later, we spoke with PhotoKhichuwa and Spreading Smiles about the possibility of providing bags. So there it goes. We began speaking with our friends, who graciously sent us contributions.

6th South Asian Short Film Festival - Satyjit Ray Golden Award

6th South Asian Short Film Festival - Satyjit Ray Golden Award for the Best Documentary 2023 : Sherpards of Naar

Satyjit Ray Golden Award for the Best Documentary

Magazine of National Geographic Kids Australia

Magazine of National Geographic Kids Australia

Magazine of National Geographic Kids Australia

Whitley Fund for Nature (Red Panda Network)

PEOPLE AND RED PANDAS: MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL CONSERVATION IN THE HIMALAYAS. Winner of Whitley Fund for Nature (Red Panda Network) and a film narrated by David Attenborough for the 2022 Whitley Awards

Red Panda Network

Nominated for Dutch Humanitarian Communication Awards

RUTGERS - Netherlands

Disney Planet Possible

Featured in Disney Planet Possible

Disney Planet Possible,
HILTI FOUNDATION

THE PHILIPPINES

We are the official Cinematographer for Hilti Foundation and work officially in Nepal and the Philippines

ActionAid Nepal

THE MAHILA NETWORK PROJECT

Mercy Corps

BHAKARI – KARNALI

Our story starts in 2012 with a borrowed camera and a big idea: use video to help people tell stories. Back then it was small initiative profiles and back-of-the-napkin storyboards but it worked because we told stories. Now our cameras are a little fancier and we solve problems for global brands because we still tell stories. The kind of stories that help audiences relate, remember and take action.
SPN is a film agency, an ever-expanding creative collusion and an ongoing attempt at cultural catalysis. we channel the art of visual storytelling to stir emotions, solve problems and/or entertain. trust the process and expect to be moved.

you create | capture and inspire

BULAKI

More than the designs, in some ethnic groups, the Bulaki is placed into the mouth of a deceased women to help expedite the soul’s salvation process. It’s believed that Bulaki helps women to attain MUKTI.

The colour of our memories

Light and Shadow

Looking straight into those people’s challenging eyes—challenging because they’re daring you to see the truth of what really lies beyond—and if you succeed, into their soul.

Rautes

The last Nomads of Nepal

The Rautes do not trust strangers and are very protective towards their women and children. They even restrict the learning of Nepali dialect for girls hence preventing communication and marriage with men from other communities.