I am a media practitioner and design research professional, based in Gurgaon, India. I have an undergraduate degree in Sociology from Delhi University, and a postgraduate diploma in Experimental Media Arts, from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore. I currently work at the Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS), a design and innovation consulting practice that employs a user-centered approach to innovation in emerging economy contexts, working closely with non-profit, private as well as public players. At CKS I work closely on technology and infrastructure related projects spanning sectors such as healthcare, financial inclusion, mobile telecommunications, agriculture and transportation. Prior to CKS, I worked at the Next Generation Infrastructure Lab, at the Center for the Study of Science Technology and Policy (CStep), where I developed games as a research tool for policy makers in the agricultural and urban infrastructure sector. In my other life, I am a media artist, using various digital as well as analogue media to engage with people about the experiences of everyday life. At present I am occupied with understanding the complex nature of government service delivery in urban slums, imagining a podcast dedicated to the urban growth of Gurgaon, and wondering who and where my next postcard is coming from.