Let us talk about ourselves.

Kay Hong Khoo Cofounder Fishdoit

Kay Khoo

After practising design in Malaysia for 2 decades, Kay moved to Mumbai for good. He's a partner at Some Early Birds and the former Creative Director of Kyoorius. What started as a love affair with content, has propelled his journey as a curator, design lead and Co-founder at Fish Do It, a vantage point from where he observes architecture and design in India. He is on Instagram, and occasionally tweets too.

Anusha Narayanan

Anusha was trained as an architect. Since 2013, she's been a writer, editor, copywriter, strategic writer and comms. director. She's Co-founder at Fish Do It and partner at Some Early Birds. Former editor at Colour Quotient and consultant to Kyoorius. She's usually either proofing or craving a good conversation in Hindi. She's active on LinkedIn and posts travel photos on Instagram.

Swati Dua

Swati comes with a decade of advertising experience having serviced some of India’s largest FMCG accounts including Godrej, Pepsi, Nestlé, Parle Agro etc. She independently produces music and video content, and is Co-founder of KharSePyar, a not-for-profit initiative building neighbourhoods that care. At Fish, Swati drives New business and leads Project Management. You can find her on LinkedIn and Instagram

Ankit Momaya

Ankit is a strong believer in building brands focused on solutions and ROI. This belief became his guiding principle when co-founding Vibrant Moon – a boutique digital marketing agency. Ankit is a collaborator at fish do it. His curiosity to communicate with audiences digitally for more than a decade, is now a passion he passes on to brands. He’s usually developing digital strategies or having a good conversation over food and travel. He’s on Instagram and LinkedIn.

Shriti Das

Shriti Das is a trained architect and a Kathak dancer whose forte lies in writing about design and architecture. She is a contributing writer and editor at Fish Do It. She also consults with Indian Architect & Builder as the sub-editor and with The People Place Project. Her work has been published in the book People Called Shillong. Alongside work, she enjoys trekking and reading. You can reach her on LinkedIn but Instagram might ensure a quicker response.

Ishika Mukherjee

Sometimes a writer, sometimes an architect, Ishika is an ambivalent millennial who believes in cynicism, silver linings and #girlpower. She prefers the company of books and TV shows over people. A passive feminist, she’s on a perpetual journey towards hope; and cheesecakes. She posts about her love for all things dainty on Instagram and blogs excerpts of her travels and the dilemmas of being a millennial.

Our frequent collaborators:

Works seen on our website are produced in collaboration with our friends. 

Some Early Birds (Malaysia)

Addikt (Netherlands)

The Floating Magazine (India)

Rruta Naik (No website yet!)

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