Nancy Daylight is a Gija woman from Warmun Community in the east Kimberley region of Western Australia. She has worked facilitating community media projects and local television and radio broadcasts since 2010. Nancy’s film credits include work documenting the vast knowledge of senior artists and members of her community. Her films have covered subjects such as plant knowledge, key Ngarranggarni (Dreaming) stories, oral history and knowledge of country and contemporary Gija performance and art. Her work has Gordon Barney Stories and Gija Bush Food and Medicine have screened at several Remote Indigenous Media Festivals, on Indigenous Community Television and in her own community via local screenings, events and broadcasts including the site specific work Everything Man Made Can Be Destroyed in 2015.