Driven Passion, Acting By Necessity
Studio 63 was incorporated out of passion to be a voice for those who have been overlooked for a long time; their struggles, tribulations, successes and even victories have often been sidelined because their issues and current circumstances do not resonate with a growing elitist nature of modern society.
As a result, the need to go on the ground and document the challenges and triumphs people from disadvantaged backgrounds undergo, our objective is to start the conversation and elicit change for the greater good; one community at a time as we scale it to an even broader audience utilising technology and innovation to produce world class content without compromising on the stories just because they originate from the unlikeliest of corners of our society.
The basic pillars and principles of journalism dictate that we bring to the fore and remind the captains of industry or the movers, shakers, and decision makers the status, standards and living of society in order to ignite positive change.
Founder & CEO
Fahmo is a Kenya native, who earned two bachelor's of arts degrees in journalism and international studies from the University of Oregon. In 2016, she received a master's of science degree in journalism from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Whilst living in New York, she produced a six-minute short documentary investigating the decline of the Long Island fishing Industry. She has traveled to Italy, where she produced two stories on the refugee crisis in spring 2016. Fahmo has spent the past few years working as a correspondent for the Kenyan Television Network (KTN), focused on producing features about women, religion, human rights, and climate change.
Chief Financial Officer
Fahima is a mother of four beautiful children. She has a masters of science degree from Portland State University in criminal justice and international law. Prior to receiving a masters degree, she obtained a bachelor's degree in social studies from the University of Oregon. After completing her studies in 2011, Fahima worked at the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) office in Nairobi, as a researcher and speech writer for Kenya’s ambassador. Fahima later became a monitoring officer/investigator for the Independent Police Oversight Authority (IPOA) and worked there until 2014. She has been a private business owner since.
Our Production Team
Jawahir Abdul Dore
Linda Rotuno Kwonyike
Social Media Strategist
Eric Kimathi Mwenda
Motion Graphic Artist