Rahaab Allana completed his MA in Art History/Archaeology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University. He has published works in journals/catalogues and has edited/authored publications on photography. He has also curated exhibitions on photography as an art form and documentary practice.
Nandita Jaishankar has worked as an editor, both as a freelancer and at publishing houses in Delhi since 2003. She has also worked on the Lalit Kala Journal (Vol 52), a special issue dedicated to photography, titled Depth of Field: Photography as Art Practice in India (2012) and From Kabul to Kolkata: Of Belonging, Memories and Identity, a catalogue for an exhibition of the same name showcased in Kabul, New Delhi and Kolkata (2015). Her first book of poems, The Memory Bird, was self-published in 2009. Her poems have been featured in an anthology of poetry, Writing Love (Rupa & Co), published in 2010, as well as the Fall issue of Pyrta: A Journal of Poetry and Things, Asia Writes and Ceriph. In 2011, along with Rahaab Allana, she co-founded PIX a publication that looks at contemporary photography and writing around photography in South Asia. She is currently working with the Serendipity Arts Festival, a multi-disciplinary arts event which will be returning for its 3rd edition in December 2018.