Campaign India Team
Apr 22, 2019

Nisha Vasudevan joins Supari Studios as ECD

Moves after a four-year stint as founder of The Whimnasium

Nisha Vasudevan joins Supari Studios as ECD
Supari Studios has appointed Nisha Vasudevan as executive creative director. Vasudevan joins the company's creative leadership team and will 'work closely' along side Akshat Gupt, chief creative officer, Supari Studios. 
Prior to this, Vasudevan was with The Whimnasium, an agency she had founded in 2015. 
Manoti Jain, COO, Supari Studios, said, “We are thrilled to have Nisha amongst us, as our executive creative director. Nisha has worked very closely with us in the past on some memorable brand campaigns, and has played a role in crafting Supari Studios’ unique creative identity. Her appointment is just an extension of already existing creative synergies, and we look forward to all the exciting content that we are yet to create together.”
Vasudevan said, “I'm very pleased to be joining in this role because of the synergy in our creative mindsets. It's exciting to be in an environment where people are constantly trying to push the envelope. Supari's work has always been special, especially in terms of holding themselves to a high standard of quality, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to join their ranks and hopefully work on some unique ideas and campaigns.”
She started her career with Larchmont Films in the UK. She has also worked with Only Much Louder and Star India prior to founding The Whimnasium.
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