Kai Little-White

Kai Little-White is a creator of linear and interactive content. Kai was born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised between Jamaica and Canada bringing a global sensibility to all Kai’s projects. Kai has worked on over 100 hours of television, feature films, shorts, and music videos including creating, writing, and producing the challenge-based reality series “The Golden Nugget”—the first in the Caribbean. Kai was co-founder and President of Guru Films, a boutique production company producing award-winning, short-form content with Caribbean flavour and global appeal for brands such as Sony BMG, Universal Music, Red Stripe, ICC Cricket World Cup, and Nike. Kai's focus on the next generation led to curriculum development and teaching toddlers to teens with a focus on STEAM, social justice, emotional intelligence, and self-expression through the Arts.

Kai writes and collaborates on the creation of linear and digital projects for kids and families. Kai is developing multiple projects including an interactive narrative podcast, Storytellers' Lime through the Transmedia Zone at Ryerson University. The idea was born out of the Children's Media program at Centennial College where Kai focussed on screenwriting and digital storytelling. Over the summer of 2021, Kai won the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence, a Distinction in Leadership, two Donny Awards for “Pandemic Talks” including Best Direction, she won the WIFT-BANFF Scholarship, and presented at the Game Devs of Color Conference on “Hacking Games for Diversity through Visual Novels”. Kai is currently associate producing the original CBC Kids series, Gary’s Magic Fort.