Shivani Saini

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Profile Details

  • Country:   Canada
  • Province/State:   Alberta
  • City:   Cities All Across Canada
  • How do you Identify?:   South Asian
  • Experience Level:   Established
  • Field of Work:   Fiction/Scripted, Documentary, and Other
  • Union:   Non-Union
  • Interested In:   Other
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Atelier Culturati creates inclusive content and powerful engagement. With 25+ years of professional media experience, we are uniquely positioned to help you produce strategies, stories and experiences that empower true equity, diversity and inclusion. We advocate for and specialize in decolonized narratives.

***We offer Strategic Planning for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and Inclusive Media Content Consulting.***

Our expertise is consulting, producing and public relations.  Our proven strategies result in high quality storytelling and content, increased brand and public awareness, and can double your engaged audiences.  We offer innovative and results-driven solutions to the cultural sector – across Canada.

Atelier Culturati’s vision is to create and support works that positively transform the human condition.  We focus on projects that raise awareness, break boundaries and elevate the social conscious.  Manifesting valuable understanding and connection.

CEO and Founder, Shivani Saini, is a consultant, producer and skillful communicator, and a dedicated advocate for equality within mainstream media and the cultural sector.  She holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree in Radio & Television from Ryerson University, and has worked in all genres of media production; in every role from the creative to the business side.  Her portfolio includes groundbreaking museum content, award-winning television & film, cutting-edge theatre, international visual arts affairs, social media initiatives, and festivals that cultivate new works.

Select projects include: Senior Producer & Project Manager for the new Royal Alberta Museum’s Aboriginal Media Production; 30 Films and a spectacular 360 Video that feature Indigenous Peoples sharing their own stories, and authentically from their worldviews. Associate Producer, Business Affairs and Digital Media Producer for seasons 1, 2 & 3 of the award-winning dramatic television series Blackstone. Her fundamental engagement and social media strategies helped to grow Blackstone’s Facebook community from 0 to nearly 20,000 fans. She was the first South Asian Canadian woman to be on-air during prime time television as a Co-Host & Producer of Access Television’s HelpTV (Edmonton, 2001), and a MuchMusic Intern in 1998.