Over the past four years I've built up a portfolio of projects of which I've contributed to as a graphic designer or consulting artist.
Here at the Guild, you can:
Take a look at the projects I've been working on
See the organizations I've worked with
Read client testimonials
Examine my Resumé
Commission a project of your own
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Organizations I've worked with:
"Ujwal is a quadruple threat: a gifted artist; a trusted collaborator; an innovative creator of digital experiences; and a great writer. He communicates his ideas clearly and responds enthusiastically to feedback, and understands the importance of iteration in the creative process. He has vision and talent, and is a pleasure to work with. Ujwal's skills and talents are an asset to any team or project lucky enough to have him on board."
Facilitator, X-Practice Project
I first met Ujwal in 2019 when he attended my photography exhibition and public talk at the Toronto Reference Library. At the time, I was looking for students to assist me in making a documentary film based on my long-term research about the lived consequences of health-based exclusion in the Canadian immigration system.
As he introduced himself, showed me exhibits from his portfolio, and articulated how his training in sociology and studio arts could enhance my film project, I was impressed by both the quality of his work and his intelligent and witty manner.
I hired him through the Scholars-in-Residence program of the Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto. From May to August 2020, he and five fellow students—giving themselves the name the Inadmissibles Art Collective, for which he designed the group’s logo—storyboarded, animated and illustrated.
Together, they produced the visuals and sound for a 20-minute film that world premiered in Amsterdam in 2020. Individually, he provided the leadership for the creation of 15 original pieces of art, which now constitute a visual glossary.
This glossary is a vital pedagogical resource in my classrooms. Through Ujwal’s initiative, glossary images were selected to appear in the University of Toronto Scarborough’s 2020 multidisciplinary arts festival. A true joy of a collaborator, and a mighty imaginative creator.
Professor and Supervisor, Virtual SiR