Arhantika Rebello

Arhantika Rebello

Founder and Editor at QUAKELondon, United Kingdom
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Arhantika Rebello

Arhantika Rebello

Founder and Editor at QUAKELondon, United Kingdom
About me
Editorial photographer and creative director based in London, United Kingdom.  As a photographer, Arhantika is versatile in her subjects having achieved a degree in Photojournalism. Originally from India, she has lived in East Africa, Europe and Asia - all culminating in experiences that inspire her work.  Founder of QUAKE Digital (magazine) a youth-led digital content platform. Get in touch :
  • QUAKE The Young Digital Creators Feature
    QUAKE The Young Digital Creators Feature As Tiktok continues to rise in the world of social media, (it’s the most downloaded app on the internet today with almost 500 million active users worldwide), we thought we would speak to 5 prominent London based digital creators; Hana, Nadim, Ameziane, Apple and Arthur, to see what they have to say as young people with platforms on the booming app.
  • Sun Kissed for Al Naeem Issue 2
    Sun Kissed for Al Naeem Issue 2Creative Direction - Asma Elmi Editorial Assistant - Haida Hamdi
    QUAKE X WAUVEOriginally from Eritrea, North London based artist Wauve, sits down with us to talk about his music, journey and inspirations. ttps:// Photographed and Interviewed by @arhantikarebello Styled by @lihle_skosana For @quakedigital
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Projects credited in
  • Amar Thirty x QUAKE Magazine
    Amar Thirty x QUAKE MagazineQuake Magazine presenting up-and-coming artist Amar Thirty, styled by me @beverlyceline.styling.
  • Creative frustration
    Creative frustrationCollaboration with photographer Arhantika Rebello after half a year of not being able to be creative during lockdown
  • Movement
    MovementCreative Frustration during lockdown Photography- @arhantikarebello Styling - @lihle_skosana Model - Jasmin Abraham
  • Visually Dynamic
    Visually DynamicProject based around the creative frustration felt during lockdown Photography - @arhantikarebello Styling - @lihle_skosana Model - Jasmin Abraham
  • Living coral
    Living coralHow Global Warming is affecting the colour of Coral Each year a new colour or hue is determined that is then seen on the catwalk, in interiors magazines and across products and brands. For 2019 the Pantone colour of the year is Living Coral. According to the Pantone Colour Institute - Representing the fusion of modern life, PANTONE Living Coral is a nurturing colour that appears in our natural surroundings and at the same time, displays a lively presence within social media.
  • QUAKE Profiles - Immi Dash
    QUAKE Profiles - Immi DashEpisode 4 - Get to know up and coming R&B sensation Immi Dash, whose warm vocals and truthful lyrics soundtracking your emotions, will leave a lasting impression.
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Work history
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    QUAKE Digital Magazine logo
    Founder and Editor at QUAKEQUAKE Digital Magazine
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Founder and Editor at
  • Fashion Photography
  • Photoshop
  • Editorial Photography
  • Studio Lighting
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Portrait Photography
  • Time Management
  • Organising Photoshoots
  • Creative Approach
    BA(Hons) PhotojournalismUniversity of South Wales, Cardiff
    Cardiff, United Kingdom
    CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year Award / 16-18 Runner UpCBRE
    ward – 16-18 Youth Runner Up Winning Photograph: Sul Lungotevere; Published in the 2018 UPOTY Coffee Table Book The CBRE global Urban Photographer of the Year Award is the largest of its kind (80,000 entries from 180+ countries in 2018). It celebrates the richness and diversi- ty of urban culture around the world by challenging both amateur and professional to capture the essence of our urban environment