Spektral Ink Films was founded by Director and Filmmaker Thisara Pinto. Our goal is to tell human stories that we think needs more awareness and exposure through the visual medium. In the modern world, the voice that is carried through the visual medium can reach more people in far corners of the world that ever before - and as filmmakers with understand the power and responsibility of this gift. Our team is comprised of people that live and breath the values of what can make us better and lead by example.
Founder / Director
Thisara founded Spektral Ink Films with the goal of exploring and highlighting the fundamental issues faced by people around the world and the events that shape these communities.

Having had the privilege of traveling and living around the world at a young age, Thisara has developed a passion for exploring different cultures and backgrounds. Thisara's work is a testament to the stories of the people that inspire him and the causes and situations that he feels needs more awareness. His goal is to share these stories with the world through narrative and documentary film.
With a curiosity for perspective, Leela has traveled the world with a desire to connect across cultures and socio-economic barriers. With a background in psychology, she has worked in refugee camps in different countries and stages of crisis learning and growing from the enormous capacity of people to be resilient through great hardship.

Leela's mission at Spektral Ink Films is to shed light on the truths of the world and promote the glowing sense of compassion that is woven through our narratives that begs you to relate.
Taylor's passion is in creating cinematic imagery that represents a raw and evocative style of composition that connects humans and nature. With a passion for documentary film-making, Taylor's experience ranges through multiple feature-length projects that have made a significant impact on communities around the country. As a cinematographer, Taylor has worked closely with Thisara for over two years on multiple projects culminating in their latest feature-length documentary: Saving Sophie.

In his free time Taylor explores his craft through the lens of medium format photography. His landscape and porftrait work acts as an evolving essay into his philosophy on visual composition.