Charysse Harper

Being a dual citizen of the United States and of Trinidad and Tobago, Charysse Tia Harper has focused projects on her Trinidad culture. Hence, the award-winning film, The Other Side of Carnival (2010), T&T 50 in Fifteen (2012), and Panomundo: Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan (2015); and on her American identity: award-winning documentary, 12 Months (2014). Charysse holds BA degrees in Cinema and Journalism and MAs in Management and International Relations. She has lived in the United States, United Kingdom, and Trinidad & Tobago. Currently, she is producing Not In Our Culture, a series on tribal weddings in Nigeria and Panomundo Part 2: Pan Worldwide.

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Being a dual citizen of the United States and of Trinidad and Tobago, Charysse Tia Harper has focused projects on her Trinidad culture. Hence, the award-winning film, The Other Side of Carnival (2010), T&T 50 in Fifteen (2012), and Panomundo: Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan (2015); and on her American identity: award-winning documentary, 12 Months (2014). Charysse holds BA degrees in Cinema and Journalism and MAs in Management and International Relations. She has lived in the United States, United Kingdom, and Trinidad & Tobago. Currently, she is producing Not In Our Culture, a series on tribal weddings in Nigeria and Panomundo Part 2: Pan Worldwide.