Making websites
for artists and creatives
For illustrators
For cinematographers
And more
If you’d like me to help you, please write to me at
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Step 1 – Research & Design
First, I get to know you. What you do. Why you do it. And how you do it. Then, I research your audience. Why they may be interested in your work. What they look for when they’re interested. And how do I present you in a way that meets their expectations. With plenty of back and forth, we then design a layout that takes all my research into account.
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Step 2 – Build and Handover
Next, I start building the website. And you wait. And wait. And wait. Not much longer. A little more waiting. A little more. Teensy bit more. Aaaaaaand done! I then send you a link for you to test on all kinds of devices. Make sure you tell your family and friends to test it too. We test, test, test. When you’re happy about it, we make the website live and I hand you over complete control of it. Simple.
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Sounds like something you’d like? Please write to me at
Where are you from?
Mumbai. I have a love-hate relationship with this city. I love it because I can be among almost all my friends and family; and I love the beaches. But I hate the traffic and noise. Hate it.
Why do you do this?
Being from Mumbai means having lived amongst all kinds of people. People of different caste, creed and colour celebrating so many different things. And culture has always interested me. Both around me and on the internet. With my practice, I help the people shaping this culture and also try to understand why and how they do it.
I’m not an artist or creative. Will you help me?
Absolutely! While I mostly work with artists and creatives, that doesn’t mean I don’t make websites for others. I try to help as many people as I can.
Do you play video games?
A lot. I have a Nintendo Switch and I love that little thing. Currently playing Animal Crossing, Smash and Mario Maker.
Sounds like someone you’d like to work with? Please write to me at
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Too many thoughts in my head right now but nothing I want to share yet