Director, producer, musician and composer; founder, Global Oneness Project
Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee is a director, producer, musician and composer. In 2005 he founded the Global Oneness Project, a Webby-Award-winning media platform and production company. He has directed and produced numerous award-winning short films -- including "A Thousand Suns" (2009), "What Would It Look Like" (2009), "A Game for Life" (2008), "Barrio de Paz" (2007) and "Seva Café" (2007) -- that have been widely distributed online and aired on PBS, LINK TV, Current TV and ABC Australia, among others. Prior to his work in media, Vaughan-Lee was a critically acclaimed jazz bassist and composer performing and recording with some the biggest names in jazz.