Dysco -Y3K : When Photography becomes effortless.
For me, Photography has always been a feel-good activity where I just love the process. The way it keeps me active all throughout makes it a different experience altogether. If it’s for a really cool event that I love, that’s the icing on the cake.
This particular event would qualify into that special category I would say. The guest list included people who were very passionate about what they do. Also, the decor and the pop-up stalls were so nicely put up. From people speaking up about sustainability and climate crisis to people discussing vegan food and waste management, the topics went very diverse.
Khrisha Shah, the co-founder, and CEO of Dysco had already briefed me about the kind of vibes they wanted to capture. That gave me so much clarity with the kind of photographs the brand needs. I have shared below a couple of photographs I had captured during the event.
Quoting her words she posted on the Dysco website, ” Trying to be sustainable or conscious doesn’t make you a hippie, or an activist, or a tree-hugger (not that there’s anything wrong with being any of those things). It means you’re a human who is thinking about the challenges we’re facing in current times. And if you can’t figure it all out at once that’s okay. Just by trying, you’re moving forward. “
A short recap video by Camera and Shorts
Quoting team Dysco, ” We couldn’t be more chuffed with how our flagship event of the year, Y3K: Planet Lost & Found turned out. With 400 eco-warriors gathered in one spot (the loveliest Pioneer, Hall in Bandra, West, Mumbai) plus our largest ever lineup comprising ecopreneurs, conservationists, architects, and urban planners, campaigners, journalists, investors, artists, designers, students and volunteers at a day-long even featuring talks, panels, workshops, popups, networking and music performances — we frankly couldn’t have asked for more.
Here is a link to the full photo album. Feel free to check out!! 🙂 You can check out some of my photography and filmmaking projects here.
Also do check out this link below, to get a glimpse of how Dysco made sure to execute the event with minimal environmental impact.
Thanks a lot for taking the time to go through the photographs and reading about the event. I would like to take a moment to thank my teammates Sameer and Kshitij who played an important role in helping me capture the event beautifully.
If you have any such event coming up feel free to discuss the photography and films with me. I would love to come on board to help you capture the moments of the day as creatively and truly as I can. 🙂 I am just a DM away!