Born in Big Sur, California, Ryan White is a Canadian-American filmmaker whose award-winning documentaries have screened around the world. He spent four years in Hanoi, Vietnam working as Film Advisor for the World Wildlife Fund’s Greater Mekong Program, then he relocated to Bangkok, Thailand, where he produced and directed two documentary features, CAMP UNITY (2010) and MONDO BANANA (2013). Other documentary credits include producing THE ORGANIC LIFE (2013) and associate producing OUT RUN (2016). In 2015, he began working as the Documentary and Visual Media Instructor for the American Voices’ YES Academy Sudan and New Songs New Sudan projects in Khartoum. He’s currently working on his next feature – a documentary about a Mohawk family living on the Kahnawake Reserve in Quebec.