Letisha Tate-Dunning has worked all over the world, and produced content for global giants such as Nokia and Google. In 2017 she spent time in Greenland filming a short for Google Maps; in 2019 she was a producer on beatbox documentary series We Speak Music, funded by Nokia offshoot Nokia Bell Labs. The same year she returned to New Zealand to take on a role at Wellington production company Wrestler. Tate-Dunning has also produced short film The Voyages of the Hourglass — about a young woman reuniting with an old friend over some LSD — and Loading Doc short film OK Chlöe, about high profile Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick.
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