Born in London, Almass Badat spent the majority of her early childhood in Lusaka, Zambia, where she roots her inspiration to document within culture, nature and the arts. After returning to London to complete her BA Honors in English Literature, Badat now contributes to and manages a select number of projects.
Her work primarily explores sound, film and photography with altruistic focus. She offers creative consultancy to brands and individuals, and manages soul and house DJ Kirby Roseina. Credits include the British Council and BFI #fivefilmsforfreedom 2016 Global List, Hijra's Hustle, the 2015 One World Media funded short documentary tackling discrimination against India's transgender community, and Folasade for President, commissioned by the Roundhouse Film Fund. Badat has also produced The Den, and COME, her self-shot documentary, which screened at Peckham Festival 2017.