interview is a part of Startup Terminal interview series to mark the occasion
of ‘International Women’s Day’
more about yourself.
images and weaving stories out of them is something I have done for years. I
thrived on the process and felt very connected to the art of photography. After
graduating from National institute of fashion technology I went on to do my
Masters in Communication Design from Winchester School of Arts, Southampton
University. This gave me a chance to work on different assignments in India as
well as United Kingdom. I feel my background in fashion helps me create angles
and assess the best frames for my clients, lending my images an editorial
|Morvi Kumari, Founder, Morvi Images|
had found my area of expertise. I have always believed weddings truly celebrate
the essence of our rich Indian culture. Photographing a wedding allows to
document a meaningful day in two peoples’ lives, which to me feels very
rewarding. I strive to create images that capture the real essence of my
clients and tell their story with a hint of style and sophistication.
working on a multitude of photography projects here at Morvi Images.
influence in life?
father for nurturing my independent streak while also instilling in me the
right values and ethics. My father told me I can be anything I want to be. He
taught be how to believe, imagine and then bring it to life.
artist, inspiration is everywhere, in all those little moments that make up a
life. I have always surrounded myself with people who are really good and
passionate about their work. Positivity and passion make a powerful
want to see yourself in next 5 years down the line?
international market and hope to take up more projects in Europe and other
Asian countries in the next few years. I’m planning an exhibition of my work in
to the readers on ‘International Women’s Day’?
women out there, once upon a time you were a little girl with big dreams that
you promised you’d make real one day. Don’t disappoint yourself. Be your own
idol and don’t lose your fire.
all that it takes to differentiate you from the competition is work that shows passion.
We live in a noisy world. Revisit your goals, have your plan, execute, and
repeat. It is a waste of time to compare your hustle or success to anyone’s but
female, if your work is good, the industry will accept you. Women these days
are not fighting, but making their own space, and it’s extremely rewarding.