Kamala Todd

Kamala Todd is a Metis/Cree/German writer, filmmaker, and community planner with a Masters degree in Urban Geography from UBC. She has worked as an Aboriginal Social Planner for the City of Vancouver, a segment producer for the CTV documentary series, First Story, news reporter for CityTV, and has written for such publications as brunt, Mix, The Vancouver Sun, Redwire, and Society and Space.

Kamala is the creator and director of Storyscapes, a community arts project that gathers oral histories and creates opportunities for Aboriginal people to tell their stories of Vancouver through video, text, public art, and other media. She recently published Storyscapes: Aboriginal stories of Vancouver, to share the project's highlights.

Kamala's resume also includes Indigenous City, a multimedia project that affirms the important place of Aboriginal people in the city, and short films: City of Life, Our City Our Voices (OCOV), and Indigenous Plant Diva, about video artist and herbalist Cease Wyss - the last two produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

Kamala has received numerous grants and awards including a Canada Council Aboriginal Media Arts grant, an NFB Filmmaker Assistant Program grant, and the Greater Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Strategy Award for Community Leadership in 2006.

Films by Kamala Todd