Olacabs Driver Training Video


Driver Training Video for Olacabs drivers. I made it in a form of simple story where a customer comes and travels from the pick-up location to destination rather than making an instructional film. Since, they were going to use it during the training sessions where there will be instructors to give them guidance, it didn’t make any sense to add narration or anything else in it. The film was shot and edited by me only in a day’s time.

Artist Alert!


My Graduation Project film.

Sponsored by: Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
Mentored by: Industrial Design Centre, IIT-Mumbai
Mentors at IDC: Prof. G. G. Ray and Prof. Mandar Rane
Mentor at MIT Institute of Design: Prof. Prashant Desai

Documentation of the project: http://issuu.com/aayushis/docs/artistalert
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Yet again :D


We found these LED lights lying around in the house and there was this bored weekend. So, yet again iClick my roommate😀

iClick my room mate :D


As I have bought a new cameraaa😀 Nikon D5100, I wanted to do something so I convinced my room mate to give me some poses. We experimented with quite a few moods..happy, excited, sad, frustrated etc. Feedback is welcome.

 

Teach for India – Corporate Documentary


Teach For India is a nationwide movement of outstanding college graduates and young professionals who will commit two-years to teach full-time in under resourced schools and who will become lifelong leaders working from within various sectors toward the pursuit of equity in education.

For more information: http://teachforindia.org

I made this film for my course of Corporate Documentary in my 8th semester of Film and Video Design at MIT Institute of Design. The course was 5 week long. Script, shooting, editing, special effects and animation have been done by me.
There were some inputs which I received from Mr. Lalit Bahirat in Camera and Prof. Prashant Desai in Script.

This was waiting approval from teach for india side. They have also shared the short version of this video on their youtube channel:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hJFoydanVM