Post her Graduation, Tanushree worked in the field of Advertising & Branding before going onto doing her MA in Brand Development from University of London. There she got the opportunity to use research and analytical skills while exploring themes and debates surrounding branding in the modern context. During her stint there, she was also exposed to the interesting interplay between culture and branding and design as part of the curriculum and internship thereafter.
With a vision to create beautiful and unique work for startups and the misunderstanding about branding in India urged Tanushree to start Brandeur in 2013. She aspires to turn simple ideas into iconic talking points for brands across the globe.
If we ever make a Disney movie, we have our sleeping beauty. She bakes words like one bakes cakes and frosts them with the most satiating verses. Binge-watching over unhealthy foods is her way of finding serenity in solitude (as her tattoo says).
Dreamer. Coder. Skimming through as many stories as he could read in his time. The man finds solace in beautiful web designs. In a parallel universe, you might find him liking his pictures — not here (’tis his 49th click, just telling).
She weaves crochet into accessories with the same finesse as she weaves strategy for social media. A kalaakar metaphorically (and literally), she shares her love for getting leads and conversions with one thing — quinoa (what’s with that?).
He cooks heaven sent menu, hope you’re hungry. Turning Pinterest into reality, the man’s love language is good food, good beer, and great designs. He’s bookmarked his retirement plan too — open a rustic themed cafe where travelers from far and wide eat and sing along the karaoke.
Travel is his therapy. Party: his rehab. Imaginative, expressive, and the textbook definition of happy-go-lucky. The man treats beer as a survival juice, with his mind invested in breathtaking designs — and soul, in making the crowd laugh.
If life is a story, he’s our storyteller. 5 days a week, he creates mesmerising things on digital, on other days, he’s busy capturing places one only dreams to go. Did we tell you he was once the youngest professor at his college?