I graduated from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, in 2017, with a distinction in Communication Design. Here I was awarded the prestigious Founders Award along with The Agha Hassan Abidi Award, for demonstrating a high level of compassion, humility and generosity.
I worked as an editorial designer for the Dawn media group in Pakistan, prior to moving to Canada for my postgraduate degree.
I received my Masters in Design from the prestigious
Emily Carr University of Art + Design, where I worked as a Research Assistant on multiple projects with faculty, ranging from publication design to website and exhibition design; and was a Teaching Assistant for both Undergraduate and Graduate classes.
I have always been curious about Design’s role in amplifying endangered cultures, particularly my own. As such, the themes of culture, identity and storytelling drive my practice. My graduate thesis project, Reimagining Rituals, takes the form of an app, which acts as a guide and an invitation for the Parsi community: to connect more profoundly with one another through the practice of their cultural rituals and to share their knowledge with other Parsis across the world.