Jawad Metni has worked in documentary film and television since 1995 as a producer, editor, cinematographer and director. He co-produced and photographed George Ratliff's feature debut "The Plutonium Circus" (1995), which won best documentary at South By Southwest. He also photographed the acclaimed documentary "Hell House" which premiered at the 2001 Toronto Film festival and has become a cult classic. His other films as a director include "Downwind" (2001), "Trading with the Enemy" (2003), "Rumble in Mumbai" (2004), and his latest "Remnants of a War" (2009), about unexploded cluster bombs in Lebanon. Since 2004, he has worked as a producer and editor for clients such as PBS, the History Channel, Babelgum, Glamour Magazine, Southwest Airlines, Google, IKEA, Kohler, Oprah's OWN Network, Pepsi and MTV. He lives and works in New York.