We often yearn to follow our passions that we used to once nurture long back, before the hectic pace of our professions left no time (or space) for them. Like the luxury of reading a book, hitting the gym, holding the brush and infusing life in a canvass, or re-connecting with the photographer inside us. At Rustomjee, we understand the significance of passion and interests and put in efforts to make meaningful space for them in our day to day life.
On 5th & 6th August 2017, we are holding an exhibition of photography by renowned communications professionals Rahul da Cunha and Prashant Godbole. Both photographers have a penchant for street photography that depicts everyday inspiration for My Spaces and captures moments spontaneously as they occur in real time. The photographs in the exhibit will be a display of their passion for photography, and how they have captured vignettes of everyday life through their camera lens.
Venue: The Lifestyle Gallery, Rustomjee Seasons,Madhusudan Kalelkar Road, Near MIG Club, Kala Nagar, BKC Annexe, Mumbai
Dates: 5th & 6th August, 2017
Time: 10 am – 7 pm
Registration link: http://www.rustomjeeseasons-bkc.in/stolenmoments/?Campaign=StolenMoments&utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=StolenMoments
For details, please contact: 022-61116111
Join us at Rustomjee Seasons as we showcase an interesting twist on everyday life seen through the lens of Prashant Godbole and Rahul daCunha – watch their passion come alive as they showcase their very own version of ‘My Space’.
Please Note: There are no registration fees
Profile Details of Prashant Godbole & Rahul daCunha are as mentioned below:
Rahul da Cunha:
Since 1986, Rahul daCunha has had two enviable careers. One as the writer and director of memorable plays that have been performed across the USA, the UK, Holland, Germany, South Korea and Malaysia. And the other, as an ad man known for award-winning ad campaigns.
Theatre is his passion and for the past thirty years, he has been the creative force behind some of the most successful plays in the country, from Larins Sahib, which was the first Indian play to be staged at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to I’m Not Bajirao, Class of 84, Pune Highway and The Siddhus of Upper Juhu.
His association with Prashant Godbole goes back to the days of the iconic Hamara Bajaj campaign on which the two worked as a team, a partnership that spanned across three agencies.
Today, he is the Managing Director and Creative Head of daCunha Communications, where he has helmed the creation and development of the iconic Amul butter billboard campaign, the longest running outdoor campaign in the country. He also writes a weekly column in Sunday Mid-Day and has been exploring the photographic medium since 2010, using his lens to capture locations as diverse as Turkey, Greece, France, Egypt, Italy and Varanasi.
With an advertising career spanning about 30 years, Prashant has seen his work win over 250 metals at award shows like Cannes Lions, D&AD London, One Show, the New York Festival, Asia-Pac Awards and others. He started his career as the art director on the iconic ‘Hamara Bajaj’ campaign, with Rahul da Cunha and has been the driving force behind some of the most talked about campaigns in the industry since.
His journey as a photographer began with the Airtel – Express Yourself campaign, which won accolades for the slice-of-life quality of its imagery. His recent work for the Mumbai Mirror – Hated By Some campaign won him the Photographer of the Year award at Goafest and also picked up metal at the Cannes Advertising Awards, and his work on the Indian Outdoor Advertising Association campaign won gold at Goafest, ADAsia, and picked up silver at Clio Awards in the photography category. His work has been part of group exhibits both in India as well as abroad.
Today, aside from being one of the founder-NCDs of creative boutique ideas@work, he works on photography projects for reputed brands and gives guest lectures at various art schools and photography schools across India. He is passionate about photography and lives to capture on film, life as it unfolds in a moment.