Atulya .
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Atulya .

Brand Strategist & PhotographerMumbai, India
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Atulya .
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Atulya .

Brand Strategist & PhotographerMumbai, India
Projects
  • Atulya x Arcca Magazine
    Atulya x Arcca Magazine'Window to Brixton' series now up on the Arcca Magazine's website! Arcca is a beautiful curative space that came to life during the lockdown period, an 'Isolation Creation'. Young artists from various industries share their work and thoughts. Spaces like Arcca that support growing art will always have my heart.
  • Window to Brixton
    Window to BrixtonA series dedicated to one of my absolute favourite place in London- Brixton. Each image gives you window peek into the different corners of Brixton village with its unique style. Nothing compares to it's feel good energy, the great music playing in every corner and the real plates of authenticity served here. This is for all the multicultural warmth I have received here.
  • Tones of Burma
    Tones of BurmaBurma became Myanmar, Rangoon became Yagon, Aung San Suu Kyi became free, the city modernised, democracy was better understood. Turmoil was a common topic but the people, the people stay calm, wish each other well and collectively have the kindest nature you'll come across. A series of my favourite photographs from my visit to Burma with a pinch of mystic magic (because it deserves it)
  • Welcome to the days of retrofuturism: "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us." A Pale Blue Dot
    Welcome to the days of retrofuturism: "Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us." A Pale Blue DotTntedbulb. What would a dystopian yet progressive future look like? How will we modernly communicate, when we keep going back to our pasts? More importantly, how will this effect people's preferences in visual imagery? This series combines photographs I've taken over the years but with an added cyberpunk and neonnoir edge to it.
  • Welcome to the days of Retrofuturism: "Romanticising technology"
    Welcome to the days of Retrofuturism: "Romanticising technology"Tntedbulb. What would a dystopian yet progressive future look like? How will we modernly communicate, when we keep going back to our pasts? More importantly, how will this effect people's preferences in visual imagery? This series combines photographs I've taken over the years but with an added cyberpunk and neonnoir edge to it.
  • Welcome to days of Retrofuturism: "Tangled up"
    Welcome to days of Retrofuturism: "Tangled up"Tntedbulb. What would a dystopian yet progressive future look like? How will we modernly communicate, when we keep going back to our pasts? More importantly, how will this effect people's preferences in visual imagery? This series combines photographs I've taken over the years but with an added cyberpunk and neonnoir edge to it.
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Skills
  • Creative Branding
  • Brand Storytelling
  • Visual Storytelling
  • Marketing Campaigns
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Consumer Lifestyle
Education
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    MastersKing's College
     - London, United Kingdom
    MSc in International Marketing