Shalotte is a graphic designer with extensive global experience in the field, spanning two decades, and has trained under influential figures in contemporary Graphic Design. She believes that good design communication has the power to touch the spiritual core of an organization, besides bringing it measurable and significant brand value. She takes a deep interest in the language of form and is a passionate seeker of new ways of seeing.
At Zero-G, she has had the opportunity to work with marquee clients in India and abroad that include, amongst others, GE Healthcare, University of Michigan, Johnson & Johnson, Leo Pharma, Ramco Group, Tatva Legal, and the University of Oxford.
Prior to co-founding Zero-G, Shalotte worked in various professional capacities with leading firms, including Deccan Chronicle, Turner Broadcasting (CNN/ TNT), USA, JWT, and Pricewaterhouse-Coopers. Her work has been exhibited at the RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island, and at Clark University, University Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.
Shalotte is an alumnus of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), USA, [MFA with Honors], and the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, India.