Andrew Harrison Brown stumbled into a film career while working with numerous nonprofit humanitarian organizations in North America, South America, India and Africa. Today, Brown travels the world telling the stories of overlooked and under-appreciated cultures. Through this he has witnessed how visual stories transcend barriers and act as levers for change. A grant recipient of Sundance Institute's Documentary Production Fund Grant in 2017, Brown produced When Lambs Become Lions (Mountainfilm 2018). He is the producer of Kifaru (Mountainfilm 2019). Brown is a proud descendant of Chief Tarhe of the Wyandot-Huron nation, a father of two and founder of Ragtag Tribe Films.