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Ambassadors of Ruas

We have been fortunate to have the support of many artists and would like to bring their knowledge and experience to you. Everytime you shop from Ruas, you get an opportunity to ask for any advice you would like from one of Our Ambassadors. Until then, get to know them better right here:

Jai Ranjit-Art

He is a self-taught artist and art teacher with over a decade as a full time artist and 8 years of teachingexperience. I teach art workshops, paint, create prints, do photography and write, and even do live art performances.
 

Ridhiin Pancchmatia-Photography

Ridhiin Pancchmatia is a EDM, Bollywood and Luxury Lifestyle Photographer. Ridhiin grew up in Mumbai, India. At age of 18, after completing his studies in Digital Media and Film Making he pursued his interest in Photography. He started his career in Photography as a Documentary Photographer for the Famed, Art Project at Terminal 2 of International Airport, Mumbai. In 2011, his work was exhibited at the State Art Gallery of Hyderabad. Having shot many International DJs for over years, Ridhiin is known for his Surreal and Vibrant Imagery shooting style of Dance Music festivals. In a short span, he has worked on over 6 Bollywood Movies as a Stills photographer and also T.V Shows. He has also delivered Guest Lectures on Photography for the Graduation Students of Film and Television. Ridhiin's work has been published in number of Magazines, Papers and Online Portals around the World viz. DJ MAG, Tomorrowland’s website, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, MidDay, Hindustan Times etc. His Clientele incudes Asia’s biggest Music festivals like Sunburn, EVC etc and Bollywood’s leading Production Houses viz. Phantom, Vidhu Vinod Chopra Production and many more.

Kavish Seth-Music

Kavish Seth is a singer, songwriter and poet based in Mumbai. He has performed across the country. He conceptualised Zubaan, a music project that aims to create platforms for collaboration between independent music artists from different corners of India. It has now become a collective of more than 40 artists in major towns and villages. Through Zubaan, Kavish has facilitated collaborations and organised more than a hundred music performances until now in Odisha, Varanasi, Deoria, Kausani, Khetri, Nagpur, Wardha, Gadchiroli, Mumbai and Kolkata. Over the last few years, Kavish has been working on the creation of a new musical instrument that he has named ‘Noori’. This grant enables further development on the early drafts of the instrument towards creating the final version of it.