Gaynor is a pioneer in cross-disciplinary practice. A cutting edge arts TV Producer/Director, she now creates music, film, technology, performance & interactive installation.
She launched Beinghuman in 2000 with a film of Dalai Lama’s Kalachakra, from the Himalayas.
Past partners include UNESCO, The British Council, BBC, Channel 4, Nat Geo & Google.
She has worked with over 1,000 artists including, Turner Prize winners Richard Long & Martin Creed, Bjork, The Verve, David Nash OBE, New Order & P.J. Harvey.
The BBC called her, ‘That Conscious, Cathartic Voice’, Artrocker, ‘Bloody Brilliant’ & Le Cool London ‘Hugely Enlightening’. Her music compositions have featured on TV & film including Argo – Oscar Best Picture 2013.
She is a campaigner, 1997 Global event for Tibet (5 million hits). Artists For Nepal launched at Venice Biennale in 2015 (600+ events).
In 2017 she is launching BEINGHUMAN, an arts manifesto during Venice Biennale part of her ongoing work for Fair Trade For Artists & has a major retrospective of her Himalayan work at The Habitat Centre, Delhi.