Daljinder works across production, marketing, journalism and curation, in addition to being a writer, to create joyful and thoughtful work that shares nuanced perspectives from voices often underrepresented in the arts and film industry.
She’s created such work as a producer with Coventry-based theatre maker and playwright, Erinn Dhesi, with writer/director Jo Lane on a BFI Network Funded short on loss in Manchester and Nottingham writer/director Dan Shaw on a BFI Network-funded Queer Council Western. In fact, she has a particular passion for highlighting the creativity of regions outside of London primarily across theatre, film, festivals and audio.
She works with companies across the UK to produce inclusive and fun events such as an afterparty focusing on art activism and hip hop with UK rapper Lowkey for youth insight agency, Beatfreeks or marketed events at the Southbank Centre and Roundhouse London for the poetry and music night for black and brown women and non-binary people, Heaux Noire.
Elsewhere, she makes worldwide connections with the cultural development agency ArtReach, South Asian LGBT+ organisation Gaysians or as an Assistant Managing Editor with the literary journal, Asymptote.