sheba remy kharbanda was born in London to Punjabi immigrants but now calls Brooklyn her home. Her mama, who raised her single-handedly, instilled in her a deep and abiding respect for the motherland but also a healthy wanderlust, which has taken her across the seas to lands afar.

On this stage called life, Remy performs many roles. Like a magician, she uses all her tools in pursuit of that inner gold. She is an entrepreneur, a social justice researcher, storyteller, oral historian, filmmaker, intuitive empath, energy healer, astrologer, tarot reader, educator, poet, writer and a lover.

Together with her partner, Chuck Moss, she runs Callejero Films a Brooklyn-based film and video production company. With her partner in crime and lawyer extraordinaire , Andrea Ritchie, she also runs “RFR"a New York City based research partnership which works with community-based organizations to facilitate research projects aimed at supporting popular education and social justice organizing efforts.

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William Charles "Chuck" Moss is a cinematographer and photographer whose work has appeared on PBS, BBC, VH1, MTV, Outdoor Life Network, and others. Most recently, his work as the primary DP helped create the look of the popular History Detective series on PBS. Moss has served as DP on the award-winning feature length documentary, War Don Don, on the award-winning feature film The New Guy, as well as the documentary short The Old Man and Hemingway which was designated by MoMA an outstanding short film in 2005 and for Betty La Flaca winner of the 2006 HBO / NYILFF Short Film Award.

Chuck and Remy co-founded Callejero Films in 2005 and include as their clientèle Discovery Communications, PBS, BBC, The Advertising Club of New York and Seton Hall University. You can view Chuck's photography here


Hema Raull, trained as a museum professional, specializes in strategically developing black minority ethnic audiences for the museums and the heritage sector. Her notable projects to date include forming the South Asian Archive collection at Gunnersbury Park museum, working on a Bicentenary project at English Heritage and recently being appointed at the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail as Project Manager to lead on the outreach and education programme.