Bio: Tribeca Film Festival award-winning director, photographer, social justice advocate, Princeton University lecturer, Max Mark-Cranbrook Global Peacemaker, United Nations Women's Entrepreneurship Distinguished Fellow, and Clubhouse "Creator First" finalist, Indrani creates transformative, multi-platform works of art, innovation, and social impact. Her extensive global expertise leverages the power of film, art, media, anthropology, celebrity, music, fashion, advertising, and education, to empower BIPOC, women, and LGBTQ equality, diversity, and environmental sustainability. The recipient of over 30 awards, featured in HBO, CNN, BBC, BravoTV, The New York Times, Vogue, and Vanity Fair, she has created the image of over 300 brands, from Pepsi and Nike to L'Oreal. Discovered and mentored by David Bowie, she helped launched the solo careers of Beyonce and Lady Gaga creating their debut album art. Exhibited in museums worldwide and in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian. Co-Host of the Global People’s Summit at the United Nations, Host of New York Live Arts' Humanities Symposium, Co-Founder and Director of Shakti Empowerment Education for women and children in India. Prolific public speaker at prestigious conferences and universities, her recent courses include "Mobilizing Millions with Art and Film for Human Rights and Social Justice" and "Mythography Counter-Colonizing the Heteropatriarchal Gaze."
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