“Motion Graphics Design”(Design Workshop 3) course visiting faculty for 4th year UG animation design students. NID, Ahmedabad
July 2015 | 2016 | 2017
Trip Creative Services were the Augmented Reality (AR) Content partners for CAB Experiences, NGC Network India’s “MARS” activation. The activation won the PromaxBDA India Gold Award 2017 for Best Outdoor Category (IND52).
Rolling Stone India does an article on Duncun Rufus latest single “Aidans Dance” The music video is creatively directed by Prateek Sethi
Guest Speaker at ‘Tathva’, NIT, Calicut
Prateek was invited as a guest speaker for the event on entrepreneurship by the event committee NIT, Calicut.
“A Journey in Motion Design”, IOE’16 – Design for Indian Railways, visiting faculty, NID, Bengaluru
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Headliner at the ‘Great Indian Kids Festival’, Rourkela
Performed an hour long session on fun science for the inaugural edition of the festival in front of a jam packed 7000+ audience of all ages. Event Company: Prime Time Entertainment.
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Chief Guest at the 1st Annual Day of Indus Champs, Pune
Guest Speaker at ‘Aavartan’ E-Summit, NIT, Raipur
Prateek was invited as a guest speaker for the event on entrepreneurship by the E-Cell of NIT, Raipur.
Guest Speaker at the Graduate Show of MITID, Pune
Guest Lecture on “Science Show Biz” at Tryst’15, IIT Delhi
Prateek was a guest lecturer at the annual event Tryst’15 at IIT Delhi and spoke to an enthusiastic college audience on being a part of the science show biz industry and about following your dreams.
Trip Creative Services get featured on Desicreative
Team Trip were featured by the lovely folk @desicreative. Here’s the full article: Link
Workshop on “Being in the creative field” at IIeBM, Pune
Jan 2015 & August 2016
Prateek took a workshop for post graduate students at IIeBM, Pune about being in the creative industry.The inspirations, challenges and excitement of being a creative person. Link
Conducted two workshops for superhero kids (kids who have believed in the motto “I can!” and brought about change in their communities across the world) aged 8-17 at the global annual event “Be the change 2014” by Design for Change (www.dfcworld.com) and the amazing staff and students of Riverside School, Ahmedabad. @icandfc
Our workshop and Masterclass conductors with our spotlights for this years Be The Change celebration. pic.twitter.com/abB3WvKYSv
— Design for Change (@icandfc) September 30, 2014
9xo channel packaging and OBot the Mascot!
Team Trip created “OBot”, the channel mascot for “9XO”, part of 9x Media network. India’s only international music channel. We also created the channel’s new package and broadcast elements based on OBot.
Fun With Science
Conducted two one hour workshops for a 1000 kids ages 8-15 at the amazing Chitakara International School, Chandigarh. “Fun with Science” is one of the initiatives of the schools innovative way of teaching.
Satyamev Jayate Season 1&2
2012 and March 2014
Team Trip had the honour of having worked on some of the inshow graphics for Satyamev Jayate seasons 1&2. A hard hitting and insightful show about the real issues facing India today. A show by Aamir Khan Production Films. #India #VoteForChange
Music video for Duncan Rufus, An Indo-Norsk band
Directed the music video for the single “Yeah yeah yeah” by Duncun Rufus from their album Carte Blanche. The video can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/rC9c8Qi_VrY
A review of the video covered by Rolling Stone Magazine India can be read here, http://rollingstoneindia.com/video-yeah-yeah-yeah-by-duncun-rufus/
The Super Duper Princess Heroes
The Super Duper Princess Heroes (SDPH) authored by Sanjay Nambiar, USA recently won three awards: Mom’s Choice Awards Silver Medal, Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award, Family Choice Award. The character design, illustration, cover design, identity design and book design has been done by Trip Creative Services.
Fun da Mental, Bring your kids to Yahoo! 2013
– Conducted two one hour workshops (~240 Kids at one office location and ~100 Kids at the other office location) for “Fun da mental” Bring your kids to Yahoo! 2013, Event organized by GPJ India. With active participation from kids and adults, the interactive workshops were on “science is fun”. http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/an-experiment-in-creativity/article4618628.ece
Music video for Swaati, UK
Directed the music video for the single “Love out of hate” by Swaati (Singer, Musician, UK). The video is up for worldwide release later in 2013. The video can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJbAoSjLZ9Y&feature=share&list=TLpxAEuK5pYC0llTw0Mx926GaWKeVoR2wL
Book Launch Video for Ustad Amjad Ali Khan
Directed the book Launch AV for Sarod Maestro Amjad Ali Khan’s latest book – “My Father, Our Fraternity”, an intensely personal memoir which brings alive the rich classical music tradition from the early twentieth century to the present. The exclusive launch event was organized by Roli Books at the ITC, Parel, Mumbai
Panelist Speaker, Influencercon, Mumbai
Part of the panelist speakers of Influencercon Mumbai on the discussion “Designing India”. Influencercon is a global platform (NYC, Berlin, London, Sao Paulo) which had its first Indian edition at Mumbai.
Painting Workshop, Teach for India, Pune
Prateek conducted a painting workshop for kids, A “Teach for India” initiative, by TFI fellow Vikas Plakkot.
Creativity and Design Workshop for Designers, Mumbai
Prateek and Aviral conducted a fun filled workshop for broadcast designers on the art of looking sideways and kooky eyed. The two day workshop was for the post production team of an established network.
Music Video for Amaan and Ayaan Ali Khan, Mumbai
Prateek directed an album launch video for the esteemed brothers, sons of the Indian maestro, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan.
Graffiti workshop for “Oasis: Roadtrip 2011”, BITS, Pilani
Prateek conducted a successful workshop on Graffiti at the esteemed Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani.
The workshop was part of the Institute’s annual event, “Oasis” with this year’s theme as “Roadtrip”.
With over 150 students, children and faculty participating in the fun filled workshop.
Graffiti wall for “Graffiti”, a Lounge in Wakad, Pune
Prateek and his crew “Trip Creative Services” recently completed the main facade wall for “Graffiti” a new lounge at Hotel Ambiance Excellency, Wakad, Pune. Aptly titled, the Lounge is all set for a launch in early October 2011.
Graffiti for Kailash Kher: Kailasa Studio
Prateek and his crew “Trip Creative Services” along with “Decoy” and friends completely revamped the recreational room at Kailasa Studio painting the walls and the ceiling. Commissioned by Kailash Kher. Artwork Credit: Prateek Sethi
Game Design and Animation Film design for School Kit – Unilever and Global Handwash Day, October 15th
Trip Creative Services in collaboration with Unilever, Lifebouy, Global Handwash Day and Unicef developing a set of on ground and digital games for the promotion of “washing you hands with soap and water before eating” as part of their global awareness school kit. Also included is a short film called “Poder Pao”, meaning Baker’s bread in old Goan.
Interviews with the stars of the Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling
Exclusive interviews with D.Radcliffe (Harry), Emma Watson (Hermoine), Rupert Grint (Ron) and director David Yates at the Claridges hotel, London;
for the pogo special on the world wide release of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One”.
FAQ season 2 launches on Pogo
F.A.Q.- Press IN MUMBAI
Kids’ learn while you play, Maharashtra Times, Mumbai, July 18, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN PUNE
Try this at home, DNA Afterhours, Pune, July 21, 2009
Science based Show ‘F.A.Q.’, Navbharat Times, Pune, July 22, 2009
Science based Show ‘F.A.Q.’, Kesari, Pune, July 23, 2009
‘F.A.Q.’ on POGO, Pudhari, Pune, July 23, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN HYDERABAD
F.A.Q. program on POGO Channel, Andhra Jyoti, Hyderabad, July 23, 2009
F.A.Q. program on POGO Channel, Surya, Hyderabad, July 23, 2009
Education Program on POGO, Andhra Prabha, Hyderabad, July 23, 2009
F.A.Q. ONLINE COVERAGE
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN AHMEDABAD
POGO channel is coming with a new Science show, Jansatta, Ahmedabad, July 23, 2009
POGO channel presents a Science show for kids’, Rajasthan Patrika, Ahmedabad, July 23, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN CHANDIGARH
F.A.Q. New show on POGO, Dainik Tribune, Chandigarh, July 24, 2009
Child Lock!, Indian Express, Chandigarh, July 24, 2009
POGO makes science entertaining, Hindustan, Chandigarh, July 24, 2009
POGO makes science entertaining for kids, Pehli Khabar, Chandigarh, July 24, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN BANGALORE
FAQ about science experiments, The Hindu, Bangalore, July 24, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN KOLKATA
An answer to all basic science queries, Hindustan Times, Kolkata, July 26, 2009
See, understand and learn for kids on POGO, Dainik Viswamitra, July 25, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN CHANDIGARH
F.A.Q. on POGO, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh, July 26, 2009
F.A.Q. on POGO, Dainik Bhaskar, Chandigarh, July 25, 2009
POGO’s show F.A.Q., Dainik Jagran, Chandigarh, July 27, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN AHMEDABAD
POGO presents a new Science show, Vadodara Samachar, Vadodara, July 25, 2009
POGO presents a new Science show, Sandesh, Ahmedabad, July 24, 2009
F.A.Q. – PRESS IN INDORE
F.A.Q. for kids on POGO, Navbharat, Indore, July 27, 2009
POGO’s latest stint with science-FAQ, News.webindia123.com, July 23, 2009
KrayOn to promote Pogo’s new show FAQ; targets 1000 schools in 19 cities, Eventsfaqs.com, July 20, 2009
F.A.Q. ONLINE COVERAGE
POGO launches its 10th original production – ‘FAQ’, exchange4media.com, July 24, 2009
POGO presents latest original production, F.A.Q., indiainfoline.com, July 22, 2009
F.A.Q. ONLINE COVERAGE
POGO inspires cool science for curious kids with new original show ‘F.A.Q.’,
Mynews.com, July 25, 2009
Try this at home, DNA Afterhours, Pune, July 21, 2009
POGO presents latest original production, F.A.Q.
Idniainfoline.com, July 22, 2009
F.A.Q. has been developed with accredited scientists and marks POGO’s tenth live action show, made in India for India. Baffling scientific principles turn into fun-filled visual treats for young inquisitive minds as POGO presents its latest original production, F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions). Featuring the whacky and energetic talent of Prateek Sethi, F.A.Q. will encourage kids to question and learn the process of exploration and discovery via experiments and cool trivia. Created for kids aged 9-13 years, F.A.Q. has been developed with accredited scientists and marks POGO’s tenth live action show, made in India for India. F.A.Q. airs every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on POGO.
Speaking on this one-of-a-kind show, Krishna Desai, Director Programming, South Asia, Turner International India, said, “Making learning fun for kids is something we strongly believe in. POGO, a leading kids’ channel in India, is a destination for young minds who dream bigger, think louder, play smarter and bounce higher. In the past, we have launched many other successful edutaining shows such as M.A.D, Galli Galli Sim Sim and Tiny TV. F.A.Q. is by far the most challenging show, as we aim to re-introduce science as an engaging, fun and exciting subject.”
F.A.Q.’s dynamic host and the new face on POGO, Prateek Sethi along with his robot assistant ‘Crash’ enjoy an electric on-screen chemistry and are sure to energize Sunday mornings across Indian households.
Prateek Sethi said, “This is my first association with POGO and I have enjoyed every moment of bringing F.A.Q. to life. As a self-professed science enthusiast, I have a natural curiosity about the world around us. I am positive that viewers of all ages will enjoy the journey as we discover something amazing and new in every F.A.Q. episode.”
In each thematic episode, F.A.Q. will demystify the principles of air, water, gas and pressure, and heat and temperature. With no unimaginative textbooks, no homework and no exams the show aims to stimulate young minds to discover science experientially, encouraging children to realize the mechanics of the physical, biological and chemical world around them.
Each F.A.Q. episode begins and ends with some tricks that quiz the mind and go onto explore everyday phenomenon. Assisting Prateek in this endeavour is his robot pal Crash, a non-talking character who expresses himself through his actions, adding lots of laughs to the show. During this journey of scientific discovery, kids are invited to interact with Prateek and Crash by answering questions.
For kids looking to continue the F.A.Q. fun in between episodes, an interactive micro-site on www.pogo.tv is the ideal place where kids can send questions to Prateek, look up DIY experiments, games, videos and a ‘Did You Know’ section with fascinating trivia.
F.A.Q. is supported by a multi-city school contact programme reaching out to over 900,000 kids and is co- sponsored by Perfetti Mentos and Parle G. In addition, look out for the cool experiment with Mattel’s ‘Hot Wheels Colour Shifters’ in the show
POGO’s latest stint with science-FAQ
News.webindia123.com, July 23, 2009
The young turks are all set to explore baffling scientific principles with a dash of fun with POGO channel launching its latest show FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), scheduled to be aired every Sunday for the next 13-weeks.
The program would be hosted by whacky and energetic Prateek Sethi, along with his robot assistant ‘Crash’, who would encourage kids to question and learn the process of exploration and discovery via experiments and cool trivia. The visual-treat would be aired at 1030 hrs making Sundays as real Fundays. Created for kids aged nine-13 years, FAQ has been developed with accredited scientists and marks POGOs tenth live action show, made in India. Speaking on this one-of-a-kind show, Krishna Desai, Director Programming, South Asia, Turner International India, said, ” we strongly believe in making learning a fun-filled exercise.POGO, a leading kids’ channel in India, is a destination for young minds who dream big, think loud, play smarter and bounce higher. In the past, we have launched many other successful educational shows such as MAD, Galli Galli Sim Sim, and Tiny TV. FAQ is by far the most challenging show, as we aim to re-introduce science as fun, engaging and exciting subject.” In each episode, FAQ would demystify the principles of air, water, gas and pressure, and heat and temperature. With no unimaginative textbooks, no homework and no exams, the show aims to stimulate young minds to discover science experientially, encouraging them to realise the mechanics of the physical, iological and chemical world around them.
Each FAQ episode would begin with some tricks that would quiz the mind and explore everyday phenomenon. Assisting Prateek in this endeavour is Crash, his robot pal, a non-talking character who expresses himself through his actions, adding laughter to the show. During this journey of scientific discovery, kids are invited to interact with Prateek and Crash by answering questions. ”For kids looking to continue the FAQ fun in-between the episodes, an interactive micro-site on www.pogo.tv is also lauched, where kids can send questions to Prateek, look up for DIY experiments, games, videos and a Did You Know section along with fascinating trivia”. FAQ is supported by a multi-city school contact programme reaching out to over 900,000 kids from 910 schools across twenty one cities and is co-sponsored by Perfetti Mentos and Parle G.
Publication: Hindustan Times
Date: July 26, 2009
Headline: An answer to all basic science queries
Publication: The Hindu
Date: July 24, 2009 out
Headline: FAQ ab science experiments
Children’s Movement for Civic Awareness
Event: August 2009
Tiger Translate 2008
Stencil Artist Prateek Sethi
event coverage included all the major news channels and a few well established art critics and connoisseurs.
The Wall Project
Helped initiate the Wall Project, one of India’s youth movements, first Mumbai, soon in other cities too. A humble project that started out with a few enthusiastic people, is growing to be a bigger, better project. The wall project started with a blank white compund wall, with an intense burning of “something has to be done to it”. Set in an old East Indian village in Bandra, colourful with people of many talents, all hidden in their tiny abodes. It was an initiative to add visual elements of colour, form and texture to a space, to make the area more alive and generate a feeling among people who pass by it daily. Inviting more people, not just artists to come paint, and to hunt for interesting locations to paint. canvas the city!!!