Describe your personal design style.

I’ve always preferred minimalism. It’s something that never goes out of style and it’s one that really fits my personality. 

Describe your fondest memory as a child.

Imitating my dad and shaving an imaginary beard. The true realisation came after growing one and now it is a daily task.

Name one of your favourite pets (dead or alive) and why you love it. 

There was this pair of cats that was birthed in our home by a stray cat and since then, they grew with us. Once I graduated from school, though, they left and never came back. 

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received? 

Rome was not built in a day. Be patient and focus on your goals, and it will deliver results. 

What is your guilty pleasure?

Most recently it has been playing mobile arcade games mid of the day. Not very productive and a time filler but it’s fun and enjoyable. I particularly enjoy Crossy Road. 

What inspires you the most?

Being surrounded by the best creatives and artists. It always inspires me to be able to do something that could create some value for them.

Name one cause you will fight for and why, and (if yes) which organisations you work with.

Child education needs to be a fundamental right. I mostly work with Child Rights and You (CRY), an India based NGO, donating and volunteering for others for their fundraisers.

Which room in the house do you spend the most time in and why?

The spare bedroom which we use as a study. I’m kind of a workaholic and quite passionate about RtistiQ, so almost all of my time goes into working for the company. 

11. Name one movie that you have watched more than once, and why?

There a quite a few on the list, but “The Terminal” is the one probably that stands out. Despite all the odds stacked against him, Viktor was still focused on his goal.

What is one thing you had to learn the hard way? 

Always follow a maker-checker policy. We’re bound to make mistakes, so it’s now a key principle to have double pairs of eyes on everything. 

What’s one thing you’d like to happen this year?

Make a trip with the family to our home country. It has been a long wait to go home due to the pandemic and we miss it.