Ashleigh Hamilton

Ashleigh Hamilton

Cape Town, South Africa


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Ashleigh Hamilton

Ashleigh Hamilton is a broadcast and video journalist based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Producer, Director, Fixer, Researcher, Writer, Photographer
Experienced freelance broadcast journalist, fixer and content production professional occupying
senior producing and directing roles with several local and international television networks and
NGO's for news, features and documentaries.
Versatile and skilled in research and writing, interviewing and filming in the field and developing content for editorial and commercial outcomes. Work remotely and travel.

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Afrikaans English
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Health checks - South Sudan - nutrition


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WASH - South Sudan - Water, Sanitation, Hygiene


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South Sudan - water collection


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Herder; take my picture - South Sudan


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In the eyes - South Sudan


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South Sudan - Cattle herder and partner - posing at sunset


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South Sudan - Mingkaman - Cattle at sunset


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Old Age home - Prieska South Africa - Portraits


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Prieska South Africa - Portraits - Elderly


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Prieska South Africa - Portraits


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Myanmar - Peace


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Narok - FGM - Kitchen - safe house


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Narok Kenya - Education - Global Goals


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Leave No One Behind - Tracy - Education


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Korogocho - Pied Piper Elvis


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Kenya, Korogocho township - collections


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Kenya: Nakuru - disability - women


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Kenya: Portrait: young boy


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Kenya: Korogocho mother and child


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Kenya: Navaisha - Bicycle halo


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Myanmar: Chin tattoo


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Kenya: FGM - young school girls.


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Kenya: Former FGM cutter


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Kenya: Portraits - Village elder


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Kenya: Great Rift Valley. Maasai herder


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Kenya: Profile - you cannot eat flowers.


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Kenya: working hands


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ROLE: Field Producer Produced and directed the local SA elements of this news piece for NBC Nightly News with Wonboo Woo. Broadcast in US.


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ROLE: Writer, reporter Female Genital Mutilation; Kenya's ongoing secret.


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ROLE: Producer/Director News upload and live standup News shoot and edit with Debora Patta for Channel 4 News - Jon Snow studio live link Produce, direct field shoot and edit, direct, produce live satellite feed.


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ROLE: Producer, Director, Writer, Concept Hugh Masekela and Larry Willis In house event corporate production - Glenlivet and Mason Company


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ROLE: Director, Interviewer Wits University 100 years campaign. Corporate video sample. Left Hand Films production


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ROLE: Field Producer, Fixer and Researcher New York Times and Gates Foundation. Bridging the HIV Gap. Grassroots Soccer, HIV Research. Short film showcasing the work being done in South Africa to help prevent the spread of HIV amongst adolescents girls, who due to peer pressure, are the most endangered when it comes to HIV infection. Field Produced and Fixed this video with Shawn Efran of Efran Films NYC and Brand Studio - broadcast online paid post.


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ROLE: Producer/ Director Change a life, change the world. Tuberculosis in South Africa. Personal narratives of TB patients exposed to Sirturo - the drugs changing the lives of TB patients. I directed and produced this stills photography and audio edit for Johnson & Johnson and Ikana Media (NYC, USA).


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ROLE: Producer/ Director: This is Josephine and Cecelia's story: The first in a series of 4 short films made for DFID, UN Women and the Leave No-one Behind Partnership in collaboration with Africa Creates. This film is called Josephine and Cecilia's Story and tackles Female Genital Mutilation, illegal in Kenya but still widely practiced. Leave No One Behind: Campaign for Women's and Girl's Rights. Global Goals in Kenya. Africa Creates, UN Women and UK Aid. Left Hand Films Productions.


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ROLE: Producer/ Director: This is Eunice and Josephine's story: You cannot eat flowers. No Poverty. No Hunger. All people deserve decent jobs that pay enough to feed them. No exploitation. Global Goals means reduced inequalities. This film was shot in Naivasha, Kenya. It gives insight into the lives of two former flower farm workers who now live in extreme poverty. They both resigned from their jobs as the wages they were paid could not cover their cost of living and both suffered from various health issues after working with chemicals used to treat the flowers. Leave No One Behind: Campaign for Women's and Girl's Rights. Global Goals in Kenya. Africa Creates, UN Women and UK Aid. Left Hand Films Productions.


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