Co-founder, Publisher & Editor
Ishaan Jajodia is a student of Art History at Dartmouth College. Born and brought up in Bombay, his first interaction with art and curation was as a curator of an erstwhile royal collection in 2015.
He is the Whitney Campbell Editorial Intern at the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, and has been awarded a student fellowship by the Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth College to pursue projects with The Mumbai Art Collective.
Mrinalini’s work has appeared in literary journals like The Bangalore Review, Vayavya, Earthen Lamp Journal, The Joao Roque Literary Review and The Quill Magazine. She won first prize for her poem ‘The Slippers’ in The Barre, for The Ballet Festival of India 2017. Her poems also feature in Sahitya Akademi’s anthology, Modern English Poetry By Younger Indians, edited by Sudeep Sen. Her recently released book of poetry is entitled A Bombay In My Beat.
Co-Founder, Creative Head
Kabeer Khurana is a student of History and Film at Ashoka University, and has studied a year of architecture at Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture (KRVIA), one of the country’s premier architectural institutions. He was an Assistant Director & VFX supervisor on the film T for Taj Mahal, and has directed Project Oneness and Isms for Climb Media & Artyculate.
Director of Operations
Fun-loving and a versatile actor, Raj Chhabria is a student of Business and Finance at the University of Mumbai. An ardent cinema buff, he is currently also pursuing a diploma in Method Acting from the Jeff Goldberg Studio.
Tanay is a student of engineering at Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Mumbai. He has considerable experience in organizing events and festivals, and has a passion for physics and mathematics.
His deeply analytical mind, coupled with near-perfection in planning and executing events as well as managing members of the team.
Associate Creative Head
Abhishek is an undergraduate at Ashoka University, and specialises in graphic design and illustration. He has a keen eye for what most people would miss.