We build fictional worlds, rich playgrounds of imagination thatour audiences can interact with.

Crow is a transmedia storytelling company. We build fictional worlds that can be encountered through a variety of art forms including immersive experiences, cinema, audio experiences, installations, and writing. Our forte is fantastic content combined with immersion, interactivity and play.

Crow was established in 2015 by designer Nayantara Kotian and writer Prashant Prakash. Our core team is composed of dreamers, designers and systems thinkers who bring extraordinary writing, powerful design and originality of form to every artwork we create. We also collaborate with like-minded brands to create bespoke worlds inspired by their brand stories.

We are committed to spreading the joy of play, one audience member at a time.

Nayantara is a world-builder, director, and designer working across the mediums of performance and film. She is a film graduate of the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, and has a Masters in Performance Design & Practice from Central Saint Martins, London. Her 2005 film One Show Less, received critical acclaim and has won multiple awards worldwide. She has been artist-in-residence at the Common Room Foundation, India 2019 and the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany 2016, participant director at the Berlinale Talent Campus, Germany 2008, and was awarded the Charles Wallace India Trust Arts Scholarship in 2013-14. She is an avid reader and scholar of science fiction, and the genre regularly influences her work. She has been an educator since 2019 and teaches World-building and Speculative Futures at design schools across India.

NayantaraKotian

Boss Lady, Crow

PrashantPrakash

Head of Dreaming, Crow

Prashant is an English Literature graduate from St. Xavierโ€™s College, Bombay, and has been working in the performing arts since 2006, primarily as an actor and writer, though he has significant experience as a director and producer as well. He has also acted in a number of Indian and international feature films. His 2009 play The Skeleton Woman, co-written with Kalki Koechlin, won the Hindu MetroPlus Playwright award of that year and was subsequently published by Penguin. In 2016, he was artist-in-residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany, and was also on the Forbes India 30 Under 30 list of the same year. Teach him an interesting word, take him for a walk in a forest, or hand him a balloon, and you will most likely have a friend for life.

Prashant is an English Literature graduate from St. Xavierโ€™s College, Bombay, and has been working in the performing arts since 2006, primarily as an actor and writer, though he has significant experience as a director and producer as well. He has also acted in a number of Indian and international feature films. His 2009 play The Skeleton Woman, co-written with Kalki Koechlin, won the Hindu MetroPlus Playwright award of that year and was subsequently published by Penguin. In 2016, he was artist-in-residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany, and was also on the Forbes India 30 Under 30 list of the same year. Teach him an interesting word, take him for a walk in a forest, or hand him a balloon, and you will most likely have a friend for life.

PrashantPrakash

Head of Dreaming, Crow


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