A journalist since 2005, Neesha Bremner is a passionate storyteller working in documentary, print and photography.

Neesha’s work has been published in the Sunday Star~Times, Sunday News, NZ Herald, Scoop, New Matilda (AU), The Spinoff and as a baby reporter in the Taranaki Daily News and the East and Bays Courier.

Since 2009 Neesha has focused her story gathering skill set at Nepal – researching content for documentaries, covering issues for New Zealand and Australian media ( in print and behind the scenes for news agencies), documenting daily life behind the lens of her trusty Canon and as the co-founder and producer for Non Fiction Nepal.

Neesha’s doco research and behind the scenes graft has contributed to news stories and documentaries that have appeared on CNN, Channel 4 (UK) Channel Nine (AU), TVNZ and Newshub/TV Three (New Zealand).

She has also been a guest on SBS Nepali (AU) to speak on the complicated issues surrounding orphanage voluntourism in Nepal.

A selection of her work from 2009 -2015 can be found at The Storyteller Project.




*Neesha’s storytelling is told via rewarding sojourns working in the Australian vocational and tertiary education sector (Laureate Australia, Think Education & Talent2 Education) and for New Zealand based Non Government Organisations (Changing Minds, Oxfam NZ, Womens Refuge Aotearoa & the Auckland Regional Migrants Service).