Nina Ross is a Bristol based Documentary Filmmaker with an MA in Visual Anthropology.
Raw and intimate in style, her films contemplate how people make sense of everyday life and find meaning in often challenging circumstances.
Prior to making films, she spent 6 years in the charity sector (working with refugees, asylum seekers and homeless people). Inspired by the disability arts slogan ‘nothing about us without us’ she works collaboratively, opening a space for contributors be involved in the film-making process. Her aim is to communicate deeper insight into contemporary issues; exploring stereotypes, challenging perceptions and crafting bold narratives that really resonate with the audience.