Sharad Kharé is an award-winning storyteller and documentarian and founder of Human Biography, a video content agency that produces original video content for the most iconic humans, brands and organizations across the globe.
The Human Biography team has been chosen by the world’s most accomplished in their respective fields and industries to create both private and public documentaries and other video content for their targeted audiences.
Sharad has documented people like His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Meryl Streep, Arianna Huffington, Chip Wilson, Susan Sarandon, Val Kilmer, Helen Mirren, Jack and Suzy Welch, Peter Diamandis, Maye Musk, Jacqueline Novogratz, Katy Perry and many other leaders and CEOs from all over the world.
Human Biography has also produced content with organizations including TED, Microsoft, The David Lynch Foundation and more. Further, Human Biography creates commercial content for everyday businesses and organizations to be used for advertising, social media and educational purposes.
Sharad holds a master’s degree in communications, where his academic research focused on personal and digital legacy. His hallmark work is in human legacy. 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.
Always in pursuit of new and exciting legacy projects, Sharad has been known to travel anywhere in the world that the story takes him, capturing stories in his home country Canada all the way to Europe, Asia, the UK and across North America.
Sharad 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 was awarded the Disruptor Fellowship at the United Nations in New York in 2019 for his innovative work in media, recognized by distinguished icons and visionaries globally. Sharad continuously searches for stories that effect the heart and mind, and this pursuit is something that will never leave him. Sharad often finds himself in front of audiences engaging in dialogues and talks about story listening and conscious sharing of ideas. Sharad believes that everyone’s story is iconic; he encourages everyone to share theirs with the world.