How would you describe your Instagram aesthetic?
"I would say it's a good blend between personal life and things I find interesting, at times I feel like my feed can be really mismatched but I still find it ascetically pleasing. I also love making sure the color scheme of one photo works well with the next. It's really an interesting question if you think about it, for example someone who lives in Hawaii, their ascetic would be very tropical and blue and for someone living in London it would be extremely modern and urban. Mumbai, is honestly a blend between extreme culture and very urban scenery and I think that plays into my feed a bit."
What makes your Instagram account different than others?
"Defiantly my outlook and where I'm from. I'd say there aren't many Instagrammers with a similar ascetic that live an incredibly international life."
Where is your favorite place in India?
"A fave place I have visited in India would probably be Kerala. It's super gorgeous and green and the common thing to do is to get on a house boat and cruise down backwaters and canals just relaxing on a boat all day enjoying the tropics, I love it here!
What are your travel necessities?
"Headphones of course! Sweatpants, speakers, and defiantly, something good to read are essential! Oh and a good camera."
Who inspires you?
"I think a big inspiration would be accounts like Jay Alvarrez, I don't know a person who doesn't love his aesthetic. Another big inspiration is Luca Fersko, he does his own thing and he really stands out and I've been following him for a long time. Defiantly a big inspiration."
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
"Hopefully I'm creating a lot of content. Art of all kinds, videos, photography, music. I definitely want to be self made"
What is one thing someone traveling to Mumbai should bring?
"I would say bring an open mind and defiantly a functioning GPS haha, those are big ones."
How would you describe Mumbai?
"Mumbai is hand down one of the greatest cities I've ever been to, I am obviously extremely biased considering I have lived here 9 years but I do really love it here. It is exciting and lively and frankly, it never sleeps. You can go to places like Carter road any day of the week at 3-4 am, and its is still full of people talking and enjoying themselves. Thats honestly the thing I love most about Mumbai, it really doesn't sleep!"
What is one thing people would be surprised to see in Mumbai?
"I see monkeys all the time, and the occasional elephant here of there. There is also a lot of poverty which can get really sad as well."