Ishita Gandhi is an Architect, Storyteller and Producer based out of Mumbai. She has been part of projects like, critically acclaimed ‘Ship of Theseus’ which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014, and award winning documentaries like ‘Gulabi Gang’ and ‘An Insignificant Man’. She has worked with digital studios who are the forerunners of India digital content wave namley TVF media Labs, Culture Machine and Enter Guerrilla. She is a co-founder of VR Collective, a network to promote immersive technology in India. Through VRCo she has been instrumental in connecting the Virtual Reality ecosystem in India and Asia. She is the curator of India’s first VR film festival at Jio MAMI film festival 2016. She is also a co-founder of a new media studio based in Bombay called United Reality(www.unitedreality.in) where they weave stories in Virtual Reality and other immersive and interactive interfaces.