Usama Irfan holds a bachelor’s degree in media studies, with a specialization in film, television and advertising. He has worked with several leading media companies as a digital producer, video journalist, and documentary filmmaker. His work at PRIED focuses on documenting issues and problems related to climate justice and clean energy. In his last job, as a videographer at Lok Sujag, he travelled widely to make news features on many public interest subjects such as minority rights, climate change, agriculture and social and economic justice. He has also made a short feature film on domestic violence and child abuse and a documentary film on Punjabi language’s social, cultural and economic status in Pakistan’s 21st century.