Nirvan Mullick

Nirvan is a filmmaker, speaker, and founder of His 2012 short film Caine's Arcade became a viral phenomenon, receiving millions of views and changing the life of one creative 9 year-old boy. From his short film, Nirvan founded to foster the creativity of children everywhere. has since partnered with Google, Disney, AT&T Aspire, Time Warner and more to engage over 1 Million kids in 80 Countries with creativity and STEAM programs, and now supports over 100 Chapters in 20 Countries. Lego and Ashoka named a Champion of their Re-Imagine Learning Challenge, calling it one of the most "transformative and scalable programs helping to reimagine the way kids learn." Nirvan was the Creative Director of the UN Foundation's #EarthToParis climate campaign with GOOD, creating viral crowd-sourced films with Jack Black, Lil Bub and Morgan Freeman which garnered over 10 million views and reached over 1.4 billion impressions, building toward the historic COP21 Paris Climate Agreement. His work has been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, NPR, the NY Times, the New Yorker, and more. He serves on the board of and CicLAvia, and has received the Creative Vision's Foundation Dan Eldon Award for Creative Activism. Nirvan speaks, consults, and leads creativity workshops around the world, sharing stories about the potential of every moment - and every person - to have an impact. / t: @nirvan