Jasdeep Kang (1992) is a Queer Punjabi American director based in New York City. Kang began directing at an early age with her cousins during childhood. Most of the work she created involved comedic ghost encounters loosely inspired by the Blair Witch Project and the Goonies.
Kang’s work ranges from experimental, documentary, and music videos centering joy, care, fantasy and expression in her work. She hopes to bring audiences closer to nature and into to the lives of underrepresented communities. KQED arts states “Kang’s collaborations are few but mighty, perhaps due to the care with which the filmmaker decides her projects.”
Alongside her film work, Kang is a multifaceted artist, photographer, DJ and music maker under the project, Jakari Wing.
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Awards: Cinematography on a NY Emmy Award Winning Project in Arts/Entertainment , Winner of South Asian Arts Resiliency Fund
Selected Clients: Times Square Arts, HBOmax, The Shed, Surface Magazine, Snapchat, Mitski, Spellling
Features: The New York Times, i-D Magazine, HBOmax, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, CFDA Runway 360, Surface Magazine, Womxn In Windows, LA Weekly, KQED
Commercial and music video portfolio available upon request.