Jaha is a Director/Filmmaker who uses the camera to enter people’s worlds, giving them a platform for their voices to be heard, through intimate portraits. Her film journey began after graduating from Middlesex University with a First Class Honours in Television Production, a year later in 2011 she received a scholarship to study MA Documentary Practice at Royal Holloway. Since then Jaha has been creating documentaries, music videos and online content, working with a variety of clients from charities to brands like MIND,Reebok and ITSU. As well as being funded by the BFI and ECF to make experimental documentaries for 9 months. In 2015 her short film Unify was featured in the hour long documentary Life Through My Lens which was broadcasted on BBC 3 Fresh. Jaha’s films have successfully screened at leading film festivals in Europe such as IDFA and Dok Leipzig. Currently she is co directing a feature length documentary called Homelands for Punch Records funded by the Arts Council.