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Digital Illustration
Graphic Design
Video editing
Colour Grading


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Da Vinci Resolve

The Journey so far

My love for all things artistic, especially the visual kind, started early when at just a few years old I was drawing all over my text books and onto my desk and then onto the walls. For the Indian schooling system, this was far from ideal and I often had the short end of the stick when it came to teachers. But it was compulsive. To even learn numbers I remember imagining them as characters first.

In later years this transitioned into teaching myself digital art and illustration which I started around the age of 19.
I worked for companies such as Adhog, and Mullen Lowe Lintas. I worked independently as a freelancer for years as this enabled me to get more versatile projects. This resulted in a deeper understanding of different types of brands and their unique visual personas.

A few years later, I felt the need to expand my visual acumen and decided to pick up the camera. Borrowing equipment from various friends I began to teach myself the basics of photography. My love for the camera grew with time and I started working on everything from portrait & travel to some product photography.

About 3 years ago I found myself once again wanting to expand. My childhood creative instincts had their roots in storytelling and a real love of sharing ideas and revealing the bizarreness of life through pictures. I wanted to find a way to bring this element into what I was doing with the camera. I came to the only logical conclusion to study cinematography.

So, in the absurdly warm Mumbai autumn of September 2018 I did a year long course in the city under the guidance of some of the best working cinematographers and filmmakers India has to offer. I learnt the art of moving images and in the process could quench the thirst for storytelling that I so craved.
Unfortunately soon after my course ended, Covid hit India bad. I was able to make it out with 2 self made documentaries and some short student films in my name. Making your own films is hard and takes a lot of time, skill and patience. Going through this process I taught myself how to edit films as well.

In Jan 2021, I moved to Auckland, New Zealand where I have been working on both videography and design projects.
My focus and interest is predominantly in filmmaking. I especially love the documentary format. It combines my love of humanity and social impact with the visual and storytelling abilities that I have developed.

My feeling is that one's sense of purpose is multiplied if they can use their skill for the good of other;, to inform, to empathize and to support other beings that share this journey with us. It helps us have a more clear understanding of what it means to be human, to be compassionate and to be of service.

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