His studio evolved from the days of print design in New York to entertainment design when it moved to Los Angeles in 1994. Jyoteen has worked with prestigious studios and equally incredible collaborators during his two decade plus career. Studios include Pentagram, R/GA, Imaginary Forces, and Digital Kitchen. His clients are as diverse as his work. The roster includes Nike, Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, Sundance Institute, Mercedes-Benz, Anheiser-Busch, HBO, and countless others. In 1995, he headed to seattle to help launch Digital Kitchen, which has been instrumental in creating some of the most memorable moments in entertainment and media marketing.
He has a unique background in engineering and combines the discipline of structured problem solving with his background in fine art and photography. He tends to be avoid short lived trendy solutions, instead offering solutions that are appropriate, make sense, contribute to ease of use, and create a legacy.
And, if he has time left over, you can find him pursuing his hobbies that include putting his DIY attitude wrenching and racing his car.