Azfar Rizvi is an award winning documentary filmmaker whose work has incited policy change across the country. While taking up commercial work every once in a while, he consistently focuses on telling stories that reflect on contemporary issues and society. Recently, his work has been solicited by advocacy agencies and featured as awareness content on multiple platforms in the aftermath of the 2010 Floods-dubbed as the worst floods in history by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. He is a regular contributor to publications on issues of national importance, and frequently speaks at seminars and workshops. Dividing time between public and private universities as a multi-disciplinary instructor, he is also actively involved in training young filmmakers. In his free time, he skims the city composing photo essays with his students.