Kamran Qureshi (born October 3rd, 1975) is an internationally renowned British director and producer. He has proven his mettle during 20 years of experience, winning Best Director for Film award in 2003 for a Tele-film about transgender, six awards for a TV film series on the subject of mothers from various cultures (including best Film Series & Director) in 2004.
He also won best TV Talk Show award about motherhood – a show that was sponsored by Procter & Gamble (Ariel) in 2002. Kamran won Best TV Serial Award in 2006 for his directed serial about drugs, smuggling and human trafficking, along with best director and other nominations.
Kamran started as Digital Video Effects Designer (freelance) for TV channels and advertising agencies in 1992 and later he joined a television production house in 1995 as an Editor. He directed drama several branded TV shows, documentaries and films. He lives with his wife and two daughters in London.
Kamran graduated in Economics and holds Masters degrees in International Relations, and Business Administration with a major of Marketing & Advertising. He studied filmmaking from England’s top film schools, such as National Film & Television School (NFTS), London Film School (LFS), and London Film Academy (LFA).
He has worked with several globally famous brands, including Ariel, Nestle Nesvita, Nestle Nido, Lipton, John Player’s Gold Leaf, Coca-Cola, Fanta, Walls, Pepsi, WildCat and Barclays.
Apart from direction, he is also respected for his skills in aerial and handheld camera shoots, crane and jib operation, editing, and color grading.