A multimedia design lab dedicated to
Pooja is a multimedia artist with a focus on science communication, from Hyderabad, India. With a specialist interest in ecology and wildlife conservation, she uses design thinking to develop multimedia content for science education. Her hands-on approach to communicating conservation has taken her across the world to work on a wide spectrum of projects: from assisting on media workshops in the remote Peruvian Amazon to filming in the Maldives, and developing campaign media to protect the dugongs of the Andaman Islands.
She collaborates with a range of experts across disciplines to make a positive impact in conservation, such as field biologists, independent researchers, filmmakers and leading environmental organisations in the country. She is also the recent recipient of the Jackson Wild Emerging Filmmaker Summit Scholarship.
Learn more about my journey as a multimedia artist at: Link to interview with Sanctuary Asia (2021)
An overview of my journey into the natural world (2018)
Set up at the intersection of art and science, we use a cross-disciplinary approach to make
information accessible and relatable to all.
Whether you are looking to translate your research effective visuals or to visually communicate an important message that is both aesthetically appealing and easy to understand, we’ll tell your story!