I write. I travel. I read. But not necessarily in that order. I was trained as an anthropologist, and I did a round of projects for big-name organisations before switching to writing content. Various assignments and jobs later, including a decade with one of the world’s best known technology companies, I have struck out on my own as a freelance photographer.
I spent the first twenty years of my life in Coimbatore, a small city near the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border. The next eleven years were spent, studying, then working, in Chennai, which was formerly known as Madras, on South India’s east coast. I now live and work in Hyderabad, a town fast on the way to becoming India’s hi-tech capital.
I am excited by technology, and what it can do in influencing and creating social contexts. I am also interested in how it can be used as a tool for empowerment. Mediawatching is another of my interests – almost inevitable today for anyone interested in technology.
For more information on my work, to get in touch regarding collaboration opportunities, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.