We unravel the unexpected, capture magical moments on the move.

We put lens on wheels and feelings

into frames, telling stories through our travels.

Dr.Anindya Kumar Maity

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Anindya  is a doctor, practising medicine in rural North Bengal. In pursuance of this noble career, he makes affordable health care and medicines available to the common people. Beyond the medical practice, his heart also hums photography. It is in this artistic expression that he explores the interactions of man with his surroundings. From the streets of Kolkata to the forests and mountains of North Bengal, his camera has been capturing the world since the past 35 years.

Indranil Kar

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Indranil is a man truly in love with the mountains. He has been travelling across the Himalayas, trekking and exploring for the past 27 years, with his camera. He owns an Adventure Tour Operating Company and has been guiding adventure seekers for the last 16 years in the Himalayas. He could have enjoyed the comforts of a flashy corporate office but left it for his need to be near his love - the mountains. The essence of his photography lies in the unexplored, the wild and the vivid shades of nature.

Anukta Mukherjee Ghosh

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Anukta's vibrant strokes breathe in a symphony of the world around her, as she goes about celebrating life through her colourful paintings. Ever inspired by the spaces she inhabits, the places she visits and the people she meets, her works are mostly personal insights and associations from the ordinary to the obvious. Colours, forms and lines play a special interest in her works done primarily in contemporary realistic style. Through it all, her works reflect a homage to the divinity above. She believes that Art can transform the mundane to the extraordinary.

Having had a very successful career in the corporate world for over a decade, Anukta bid adieu to it to pursue actively her lifelong love of Art. She is a distinction holder from London Art College.

Anukta has been felicitated by the Govt. of India for her painting titled "Magan" that is now the logo for a PAN India project called Womaniya on GeM. Her artworks adorn homes and corporate houses across India and worldwide in US, UK, Dubai and New Zealand. Notable among them are her works for the ITC Ltd. - Hotels Division and a recent series in London, for a renowned restaurant chain.