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Photography

Photography is not just about taking pictures of interesting objects. They are captured using techniques from the simplest to more advanced ways to produce interesting and delightful pictures. We are commited to creating the best of works.

  • Production.
  • Natural Photography.
  • Cultural Photography.
  • Wildlife Photography.
  • Underwater Photography.
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Videography

We are experienced in making creative contents about Indonesia, especially its people, nature, environment, and dynamics.
 
We are committed to making high quality documentaries to promote changes in efforts for Indonesia's natural and cultural conservations, as well as educating the public on Indonesia.
 
To ensure the best results, we use professional equipment and cutting-edge technology, such as cameras, drones, underwater cameras, and others, throughout each stage of production.
 
  • Screenwriting.
  • Production.
  • Filming.
  • Post-Production.
  • Audio Editing & Voice Recording.
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Videography

We are experienced in making creative contents about Indonesia, especially its people, nature, environment, and dynamics.
 
We are committed to making high quality documentaries to promote changes in efforts for Indonesia's natural and cultural conservations, as well as educating the public on Indonesia.
 
To ensure the best results, we use professional equipment and cutting-edge technology, such as cameras, drones, underwater cameras, and others, throughout each stage of production.
 
  • Screenwriting.
  • Production.
  • Filming.
  • Post-Production.
  • Audio Editing & Voice Recording.

THE CREW

We are interested in the same values, not where do they come from. With diverse backgrounds and interests, we continue to grow and thrive

Malvin Adinoegroho
INFIS Manager
"Malvin Adinoegroho joined INFIS in September 2017. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Science and Technology from IPB University. Born and raised in Jakarta, he is now the manager of INFIS. The self-proclaimed introvert is currently working on a number of projects, including Jakarta MRT, PSC (Plastic Smart Cities), and Samdhana. While working at INFIS, he holds a keen interest in film editing, believing that it dictates how a story is narrated. This Geminian also loves to watch films. Before joining INFIS, he worked in a production house in Tebet, Jakarta. In the future, he hopes that INFIS documentaries will reach the wider audience, especially the youth, so as to inspire them."
Faizal Abdul Azis
Director, Cameraman, Editor, Drone Pilot
"Faizal Abdul Azis joined INFIS in 2013. He had always been fascinated by nature since he was a child. He grew up watching Discovery Channel’s wildlife documentaries. His interest developed to the point where he chose the hiking club as his extracurricular activity in junior and high schools. This is the reason why he then pursued his study at IPB University’s Department of Biology before joining INFIS. He serves as a videographer at INFIS, where he directs, operates cameras, edits videos, and controls drones. Aside from working on other INFIS projects, he also participates in the Leuser Film project. Traveling to the filming locations is something he finds valuable while working with INFIS. During these trips, he is able to learn a lot of new lessons and interact with local informants. In addition, he also gets the opportunities to document the life in the wild that he thinks. He aspires to be a globally-known filmmaker."
Anwar Fachrudin
Director, Screenwriter, Cameraman
"Anwar Fachrudin, also known as Jabrig, began his career in documentary projects in 2014 before joining INFIS in 2015. He serves as a writer and director at the organisation. He previously founded film communities, such as the Video Kampong Community, Forum Sineas Batang, Saung Film, and Sinema Taman. He also teaches extracurricular at schools in Batang District in his leisure time. According to Anwar, camera has led him on a journey of self-discovery. Through film production, he has met many people, from ordinary people to even the president himself. This experience offered him valuable lessons which he shared through his works. To him, a film is a medium to share concerns and questions on various issues and social phenomena around him. His current job requires him to continue learning new things and to be more progressive. He aims to be able to produce his first feature-length documentary in the future."
Agus Kusnadi
Videographer, Editor
"Agus Kusnadi joined INFIS in 2017 after graduating from a vocational high school in 2016 majoring multimedia. He interned for six months at INFIS before being hired as staff. Now he serves as a videographer and editor in the organisation. He hailed from Cianjur and was born on 17 August 1997; the same day Indonesia celebrated its 52nd Independence Day. He was eager to join INFIS because of his interest in photography and videography, particularly documentary. Joining INFIS gives him many interesting experiences, such as meeting people from different social statuses, cultures, and environments. Agus believes that it is vital to bring issues of saving the environment and natural resources to public’s attention. Therefore, in order to gain the deeper knowledge of the subject, he went to university to study forestry. His main tasks at INFIS include documenting Jakarta MRT and Sampoerna Kayoe projects, for which he was in charge of screenwriting, directing, and editing. He hopes to continue creating works that have meaningful and positive impacts on both human lives and environment."
Khairul Abdi
Documentary Photographer, Videographer, Editor
"Khairul Abdi, popularly called Irul, joined INFIS in 2018. He has always been concerned about various issues on the environment, indigenous peoples, and wildlife. This is also his reason for joining INFIS, as he believes that bringing up the issues through audio-visual media is essential to raise public awareness. Irul works in documentary film and picture production at INFIS. The high school graduate is passionate about sports and wild adventures, especially in the forest. This Aquarian is now working on a documentary project about various issues in Leuser ecosystem, which will participate in a world film festival. He formerly worked as a campaign awareness staff at Orangutan Information Centre (YOSL-OIC) before joining INFIS. He is currently educating students in Gayo Lues about the importance of protecting forests, wildlife, and everything around them. He is also interested in making documentaries and capturing photographs with specific themes, such as deforestation, indigenous peoples, and wildlife trafficking in Indonesia."
Aristyawan Cahyo Adi
Camera Person, Editor
"Aristyawan Cahyo Adi, also known as Aris, joined INFIS in October 2016. He has always been interested in videography and is passionate about automotives and outdoor activities. He serves as a camera person and an editor for INFIS. He was graduated in ecotourism from IPB University. To him, joining INFIS opens up a plethora of interesting opportunities, as he learns and discovers new things about documentaries, while meeting and interacting with new people in every location he visits during field research. He also delightedly shares his new knowledge with others by discussing his diverse experiences. He finds pleasure in projects relating to forests, wildlife, and community in in many places in Indonesia. He strives to be the person that is beneficial to others through his works."
Kayis Fathin
Camera Person, Editor
"Kayis Fathin joined INFIS in 2018. He is a 25-year-old unpretending person who always has a thirst for knowledge. He works hard while working as a videographer to complete his degree and graduate with honours. He is in charge of all aspects of filmmaking, including directing, filming, and editing. His greatest ambition is to win an Oscar one day. His life mantra is ‘every day is a challenge’."
Bima Satria Yudha
Videografer, Editor
"Bima Satria Yudha joined INFIS in December 2021. He previously worked as an advocacy staff at WALHI Bengkulu. He was involved in advocating for and documenting various issues in different areas bordering Bukit Barisan. He is currently working on several documentaries related to indigenous peoples, such as the preservation of Mt. Sahendaruman in Sangihe Islands, North Sulawesi, and Sanggar indigenous peoples in Bima District, West Nusa Tenggara, as well as collection of stories from the slopes of Mount Tambora. He hopes to share positive information about Indonesia’s diversity and richness; local wisdom inherited from ancestors serving as a guide to people’s lives in building relationships with others, nature, and God; and the natural richness of mountains and seas with their biodiversity. These, he believes, would be achieved with sufficient knowledge to properly convey information through audio-visual media."
Muhammad Rizkiadi
Photographer, Editor
"Muhammad Rizkiadi, often called Koko, joined INFIS in April 2022. Holding a Diploma degree in Broadcasting from BSI University, he previously worked as a freelance videographer. At INFIS, he works in production, editing, and photography. Koko, who is known for his outgoing personality, likes riding motorbikes in his spare time. His interest in nature videography brought him to INFIS."