Asha Stuart is a documentary photographer and filmmaker whose work focuses on sociocultural themes. Her interests are rooted in the lives of people living in marginalized communities and facing injustice in areas of racial inequality, women’s rights and environmental issues. Her passion for storytelling has taken her across the world — documenting village voodoo ceremonies in Haiti and acid attack burn wards in India. Her investigative short films have appeared on CNN and PBS, was named a National Geographic Young Explorer grantee in 2016 and was part of the 2017 Young Explorer Leadership and Development Program. She is currently creating short news documentary profiles across Asia.