Time of Day is a worker owned-cooperative which collaborates exclusively with social justice organizations. From workers' rights to criminal justice reform to immigrant rights, we build digital strategy campaigns to engage, inform, and organize audiences. We are proud members of the Writers Guild of America, East and a Certified Minority & Woman-Owned Business with the City of New York.
Angad Singh Bhalla is an award-winning filmmaker with a deep commitment to community organizing. While completing his Emmy-winning documentary Herman’s House, he organized faith communities around immigrant rights through the New Sanctuary Coalition. His storytelling capabilities were developed as a fellow at Sundance Institute Documentary Labs and as a Soros Justice Fellow.
Adrianna Hernandez-Stewart has over 15 years of experience as a social justice storyteller and campaigner. Prior to earning her MFA in documentary filmmaking, she managed the Strategic Research Department at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 32BJ.
Anna Letitia Zivarts began her work in the labor movement as an organizer for SEIU in 2002. Since then, she has developed research, communication and storytelling strategy for labor unions, national political campaigns and nonprofits like the American Civil Liberties Union. Born with a visual impairment, Anna enjoys using a camera to create visual content that reflects her unique view of the world.
Meghana Reddy has over 15 years experience as an organizer, legal researcher, and communicator for the labor movement, working with organizations such as SEIU, NY Jobs with Justice, Partnership for Working Families, Brennan Center for Justice, East Bay Community Law Center, and the Restaurant Opportunities Centers United. Her focus is on digital strategy, social media content, and comedic storytelling.