Hi. I’m Arya, and I’m a video creator from Indonesia. 🇮🇩 I’ve been freelancing in video production for 5+ years, and worked with several educational institutions, commercial businesses, and NGOs. 😎

Scroll down to see some of my selected works. ⬇️

  • Ubud Yoga Centre & the Community

    Client: Ubud Yoga Centre
    Role: Director, Videographer, Video Editor
    Date: February 2020

    Ubud Yoga Centre (UYC) and its community practice yoga together, sweat together and community flourish. It’s one of the many reasons yoga’s benefits go way beyond the poses on the mat. Each of us practice for different reasons, but each of us connect through this yoga–including me!

    UYC inspired me to reflect on what it really means to be an all-rounder within this project. Each role I have taken has been like each different pose in yoga that I have had to perform. Just like doing yoga within the community at UYC, you don’t have to have the perfect pose, but you should enjoy doing it from time to time. And that imperfectness makes it perfect.

    Check out the video by clicking here.


  • Food Forest Accelerator

    Client: Mother Jungle
    Role:
    Video Editor, Videographer (Extras)
    Date:
    February-June 2021

    The ‘Food Forest Design’ course is specifically designed to support Indonesian educators and entrepreneurs to bring back the knowledge about food forests to the wider community and next generation.

    Check out the video by clicking here.


  • Women’s Earth Alliance Indonesia 2021

    Client: Women’s Earth Alliance Indonesia
    Role:
    Video Editor
    Date:
    August-December 2021

    Eight Indonesian women leaders are on a quest to protect the forests and reclaim food sovereignty on their lands. The Women’s Earth Alliance, which specializes in environmentally friendly education, gathered women from around the world to form an alliance to help each other conserve the earth, as women are the ones most likely to be impacted if the environment is unstable.

    It was a rewarding experience to learn about each of these women’s stories. Working with interview videos has always been a favorite of mine.

    Check out the video by clicking here.


  • Inkubator Usaha Lestari Bali

    Client: Pratisara Bumi Foundation
    Role:
    Video Editor
    Date:
    September 2021-October 2022

    Inkubator Usaha Lestari or INKURI is a green entrepreneurship incubation program targeting Indonesian youth to strengthen the local economy sustainably. I’ve always wanted to try my hand at motion graphic and kinetic typography for short videos, so I jumped on board. For the first phase of the project, this was my very first time fully using After Effects for a 2-minutes video straight. Both the client and myself, are happy with the final result.

    Check out the video by clicking here.


  • BebiTalk Virtual Edition

    Client: BebiTalk & YIFoS
    Role:
    Video Editor, Motion Design
    Date:
    August-October 2020

    BebiTalk is a program created by Dena Rachman, a gender equality and reproductive health activist, together with the Youth Interfaith Forum on Sexuality (YIFoS), an interfaith youth forum engaged in sexuality issues. BebiTalk is a talk show program that discusses gender and sexuality diversity, reproductive health, and human rights issues, especially for gender minorities. At the time of the production of this talk show, Indonesia was suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic. But no matter, BebiTalk still comes with a virtual talk show.

    From working on this video project, I processed many video interviews between Dena Rachman and the speakers. From the various stories of the speakers, I learned to be more concerned about issues of reproductive health and sexuality, which are very close to humanitarian issues. No less important, I also learned to hone empathy and unfold perspectives, especially on human rights issues of gender minorities.

    Check out this video by clicking here.


  • Listen to the Land (2018)

    Client: Mother Jungle
    Role:
    Video Editor
    Date:
    November 2018

    Anusa,  born and raised on the Simeulue island survived the Tsunami of 1907 and 2004 is telling her story about the giant natural disaster she experienced twice in her life. She tells the ‘Smong’ story of how traditional knowledge can save lives. This documentary was featured in Bali Indigenous Film Festival in the same year.

    Check out motherjungle.org to see my works.


Journalism and storytelling are keys in my video production process.

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