Over the last decade, legacy documentarian Sharad Kharé has been engaging with some of the world’s most interesting individuals in dialogue in regards to their digital legacy, personal legacy and living legacy.
Sharad has video documented and interviewed people like His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Meryl Streep, Kunal Sood, Helen Mirren, Jack & Suzy Welch, Chip Wilson, Marianne Williamson and more on his lens.
Sharad is just as busy in front of audiences as he is behind the camera as his background as a speaker and moderator have continuously brought him to the most engaging stages and in the world including TEDx, The United Nations, and Harvard University to mention a few.
Sharad has been known to travel anywhere in the world that the story takes him, always in pursuit of new and exciting legacy projects to create. His signature interview style is to have a one-on-one dialogue that covers the person’s life journey from beginning to present, comfortably bringing out candid and interesting stories through conversation and unscripted interaction.
Sharad holds a Masters degree in communications, where his academic research focused on personal and digital legacy.
Sharad is the founder of Human Biography. He uses his background in journalism to bring out the best conversations between individuals and the people they impact. These video pieces act as a timeless record of achievement for the subject. He has spent the past several years traveling the world seeking out the most influential people in their fields in order to document their legacy for public and private consumption.
He is the co-founder of “The Indigenous Collective” and has been a prolific collaborator with the Indigenous community, directing and producing video projects that capture First Nations stories and culture.
Sharad is currently on the board of the Laurier Institution and currently the President of TIE Vancouver which is a chapter of a global entrepreneur group that mentors and advises some of the most active entrepreneurs in the world.