Sasha Gransjean is an award winning filmmaker currently based in Los Angeles who has been working with various forms of visual media for the past 15 years. His work confronts the digital age with a sociological interest.
Born and raised in New York City, Sasha started working with video as an intern for Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno at their media arts center, DCTV. Since then he has studied film at NYFA, music production at Berklee School of Music, and has worked various jobs in the entertainment industry in both NY and LA. Sasha was featured in an exhibition for Zeega at the SFMOMA and his work has screened at numerous film festivals; most recently, official selection at Slamdance 2015, Big Muddy, and HRIFF taking home the award for Best Documentary Short at both Big Muddy and HRIFF.