Little Ram Productions Inc. has been a producer of diverse Canadian video content since its inception in 2007. At the time, it was not so easy; we would produce mainstream content during the day to help fund passion driven diverse projects at night. The goal was to always include underrepresented ethnic Canadians in the mainstream voice through media and programming.
Today, we specialize in videos for government, non-for-profit, and corporate agencies whose focus is creativity, inclusivity and accessibility. Our diverse team of talented independent industry professionals are ready to help.
Kevin K. Li is a video producer based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He is the 2021 RTDNA Winner in the Best Audio-Visual Storytelling (Large Market, CBC Vancouver). Kevin has an extensive background in broadcast productions; he has worked for the Olympic News Channel (Vancouver, London, Singapore, Brazil), CBC Vancouver, CTV, City TV, Omni BC, and Fairchild TV.
Kevin has a passion for Asian North American films and, for five consecutive years, was the Vice President on the Board of Directors at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival. He brought in the festival’s largest private donor to start the Richard K. Wong Film Fund, a fund that helps underrepresented Asian Canadian filmmakers to produce films about their community. Kevin has also dedicated his time in fighting the model minority stereotype in this community through viral content that resulted in coverage on The New Yorker, Dateline Australia, 101 East (Aljazeera), National Post, Global and Mail, and many other news publications around the world.
(photo credit: Steve Murray)
Kevin’s latest passion project saw him follow the Gold Rush Trail from Lillooet to Barkerville, BC to discover the many contributions visible minorities had in the building of his province, learning the way of life of the Xwisten First Nation along the way.