REM’s principal, Bob Madey, is a New York based media maker & educator with a background in filmmaking, anthropology, behaviour change communications & cross cultural education.
Recent Work View portfolio
The Courtyard of Colegiata del Salvador
A video interpretation of artist Nathalie Handal's poem" The Courtyard of Colegiata del Salvador", this piece was produced for her 2012 collection, "Poet in Andalucia"
An advocacy video for Pathfinder International highlighting their USAID funded efforts to bring reproductive health & family planning services to the world’s most underserved communities.
Bobs’ commitment to media as a tool for change and his deep capacity to successfully work within & across cultures has led him on a journey around the world, working throughout the Indian sub-continent, Oceania region, Middle East, Sub-Saharan and North Africa, South America, South East Asia, as well as the U.S, including Cookesville, Tennessee!
Bob has broad experience in developing and designing strategic communications media and producing documentaries, promotional & corporate video, visual ethnographies, and oral histories. He has taught media production and media literacy workshops to a range of students for high schools, universities, governmental and non-governmental organizations.
In 1999, Bob returned to live in New York after completing a three-year residency as a university lecturer/producer at the University of the South Pacific, Fiji. He has received grants to pursue his work from the IAA, Experimental Television Center, AUSAID, Pacific Leprosy Foundation, USP, amongst others. His programs, have been screened at US and international film festivals. They have been distributed and broadcast in the US and internationally, and can be found in the libraries of universities across the US.
While consulting for a variety of clients, he continues to produce his own media projects and has embarked on his most precious and gratifying project to date, his two year old son, Julian Robert.