Nessim Stevenson is a British-Lebanese filmmaker and photographer raised in Beirut, where his passion for capturing the world around him first developed. After graduating from the University of Sussex with a BA media production in 2015, he moved to Mongolia for three months to work on short documentaries for NTV News, a local TV channel in Ulan Bator. Since then he's been traveling around the world, from remote islands in the South Pacific, to small villages in the mountains of Azerbaijan, working on photography and short documentary projects with What Took You So Long?, an international filmmaking collective. He's worked in over 20 countries, with clients ranging from large development agencies such as UNDP and USAID, to grassroots organisations like MakeSense, to the social media giant NowThis.