Media Communications Producer, Sharad Khare got a chance to sit down with Michael Gokturk, Founder and CEO of Payfirma. Michael is a serial entrepreneur who is a genuine individual that stands out as a leader and innovator in his industry. Please see his video interview with Sharad below.
Sharad’s Lunch Box gets a chance to sit down with Prevail from Swollen Members and PrevailPrevail.com to see how an “atypical” Saturday looks for him and to see what this talented man has been up to.
The Times of India Film Awards or better known as TOIFA has descended its magic into Vancouver and Sharad’s Lunch Box is on scene capturing all the Bollywood fun!
Sharad Khare, Digital Journalist is on hand to capture the behind the scenes for Octobers 2011 issue of Vancouver View Magazine styled by Crystal Carson Style featuring a photo shoot by Dave Hamilton with Jason Dussault and Mashiah Vaughn from Dussault Inc. www.about.me/sharadkhare. Sharad is highlighted in the Success and Style editorial in the October 2011 issue as well. Check it out!
Sharad sat down with award winning author Yann Martel. Yann discusses the success of his novel Life of Pi, and its cinematic version being directed by Ang Lee and starring Indian actress Tabu.
Here is a look at Pamela Masik's world. Sharad created this digital short for her latest exhibition.
you can see her work here.
Triple 5 Soul Viral Commercial.
Written and Directed by Sharad Khare
Photography : Dave Hamilton (Davehamilton.ca)
Starring Aaron Dudley, Tito Deville, Emily Bruhn, Kelly Ann, Nisha Khare, Steve Jeays
Production: Neel Singh, John and Jamie Milkovich (NUMIQ MEDIA)
Styled by: Kristy Rogerson (OperationStyle)
Locations: Tavan Developments, Kerrisdale, Vancouver, BC, Crystal Carson Style, Peter Girges - 100 Days, Opus Hotel Vancouver
Sharad sits down with digital/social/photog/activist and all round amazing guy Kris Krug. Please find his work here.
Sharad gets a glimpse into the world of artist Brent Ray Fraser. You can find his work here.
"My creative space is my sanctuary. I rarely allow others inside, especially with a camera and a microphone. When you meet someone for the first time, there's an immediate connection. Some good, some bad, others uncertain. I met Sharad Khare on November 11, 2008 for an interview with Urban Mixer. We sat, chatted art, shook hands and parted. Since then we've repeated these artistic encounters more than a few times. Each time more memorable than the last. On Feb 9, 2011 Sharad came to a very special place for an in depth interview. Inside to the walls of my inner sanctuary at the Silo Studio. We sat, chatted art, but this time, after the interview was complete, we went to shake hands and both went for a hug. He truly is an amazing interviewer. His energy is present where ever he is. Even inside a big rusty tin can, he shines. From that day on, Sharad is always welcome inside my creative space. I look forward to each and every interview with him". -Brent Ray Fraser
Sharad is a digital journalist and legacy documentarian that works with the most interesting people in the world.