Prasann (pronounced Pres-sun) is a native Edmontonian who developed a love for film at an early age.
Although he has an accounting degree from MacEwan University, Prasann has always loved telling stories, and its power to transform the world.
While working for a company specializing in wedding videos, he honed his video production skills. When he met Aasttha, their combined abilities made for the perfect combination of business skills, creativity and a passion for story through film.
“In addition to telling the stories of creative people, I love presenting the finished product to clients – to see their excitement as we tell their narrative.”
Aasttha (pronounced As-tah) was born in India. Her family settled in Winnipeg when she was twelve, and after many moves around N. America, she obtained a Business and Marketing degree at the U of A.
Aasttha met Prasann in Edmonton and the two struck up a creative and romantic partnership that led to the development of Baat Cheet films.
Aasttha brings her business expertise to the partnership while Prasann is cameraman, director and technical lead.
Both collaborate creatively on the presentation and message of their films.
“We want to push the boundaries of what’s possible in Edmonton, creating the kind of work that can be shown anywhere in the world and appeal to people everywhere.”