Musician | Photographer | Videographer
Ed Hanley is a multi-dimensional artist – creator, performer, producer, photographer, cinematographer, recording engineer, video editor, writer, and tabla player.
Ed’s documentary video work and photography includes works on the continuing aftermath of the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy, Leprosy Stigma and The Longest Train Journey in India, and have been published by the World Health Organization & The Bhopal Medical Appeal, and featured on the BBC, PetaPixel, Phoblographer, Mashable, Mental Floss, BuzzFeed, India Times, Tech Insider, Scroll India, Quartz, Travel + Leisure, Discovery News, France TV, The Better India and more.
Described as “a remarkable player, both in his musical thoughtfulness and his technical virtuosity” (Halifax Chronicle Herald), Ed’s multimedia work embraces the worlds of music, video and photography. Although best known as a practitioner of tabla (the classical percussion of North India), Ed’s recent work in the visual world (including over 100 music videos) expresses the same joy, dynamism, love of collaboration, and attention to detail as his years of work as a touring and recording musician.
Ed Has produced videos for musicians and dancers (live and studio) including Autorickshaw, DRUMHAND, Justin Gray & Synthesis, Kiyoshi Nagata Taiko, Rich Brown, FreePlay Duo, Retrocity, Polka Dogs, Nova Bhattacharya, Joanna Das, Ton Beau String Quartet, Shawna Caspi, Qais Essar, So Long Seven, Marie-Josee Chartier, Chris Hale and Bandana Singh.