Bimina is a multimedia journalist. She works on documentaries both collaborative and independent. She freelances for Voices of NY an online publication at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, reporting original stories of south Asian communities in NY and translating Nepali/ Hindi articles to English. She also freelances projects for several publications and non-profit organizations.
Bimina has collaboratively produced and directed a half hour documentary “Reviving Nepal Bhasa” focusing on near extinction of culture and language of endangered community of Newars, indigenous to central Nepal ( Click for Trailer ). The documentary premiered at the Hoboken International Film Festival in May 2015 and has since been screened in Nepal and India. In the near future, screenings are planned in Australia, UK and in the US.
Bimina is independently working on the documentary “Elderly care: the rising need” which explores the need of organized elderly care in developing country like Nepal in contrast with the Elderly care provided in the western counties.
In past, she has worked as a production associate at CUNY Television, CUNY TV. She assisted the monthly magazine style show “Asian American Life”. In Summer 2013, she worked for NDTV 24×7 (New Delhi Television) in New Delhi, India with documentary production team, for shows like “India Matters” and “Truth Vs. Hype.”
Growing up Bimina had worked as a RJ in a South Asian radio show in Dallas,TX called “Radio Sallam Nameste (104.5 FM).” She stepped a foot in the world of media very early at the age of 17 as a Model and TV anchor in her home country Nepal.