Photograph by Sahil Bajaj

 I'm an arts and culture writer, editor, and researcher with eight years of experience. I have an academic background in anthropology (MA, SOAS) and literature (BA Hons, LSR), and my work has appeared in The Hindu, Blouin Artinfo, Tribe, Aesthetica, Art Radar, and The Calvert Journal, among others. I have a strong interest in photography and visual culture.


Currently, I am an Editorial Manager at Saffronart, a leading auction house specialising in Indian art. Previously, I've tutored students from all over the world enrolled on Art Radar's certificate course in art journalism; worked on writing commissions for the Serendipity Arts Foundation, London's Camden Council and Japanese magazine Cotonoha; been an editor at Blouin Artinfo; and curated the New Delhi destination at My Art Guides with a team in Venice. In 2014-15, I was the Managing Editor of Art Radar, and I've also interned with the UNESCO Parzor Foundation which focuses on India's Zoroastrian diaspora. 

I've lived in India and London (currently based in Bombay), and travelled in Europe and Southeast Asia. I like wandering around unfamiliar towns with my camera.



Serendipity Arts Foundation (India)

Camden Council (London)

Cotonoha (Japan)

My Art Guides / Lightbox (Venice)

Art Radar (Hong Kong)

Blouin Artinfo (New York/Paris)

The Hindu (India)


SNA Associates (Delhi)

The Calvert Journal (London)

Tribe (Dubai)

Hour of Writes (UK)

Aesthetica (UK)

The Unfamiliar Journal (UK)

South Asian Literature Festival (London)

UNESCO Parzor Foundation (Delhi)

India International Centre (Delhi)

Hamazor (Karachi)

Fezana (Canada)

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