Clea Chakraverty is a French journalist of Indian origin. She left her cosy Parisian studio at the age of 23 to seek some adventures on the other side of the world: India. Organizing shoots, writing long format reportages and shooting stories for the French media and magazines has been her life for the past 7 years and Mumbai was once called home. When she is not running around in a jeep, a bus, a local train or just trying to catch a good story discussing life matters in « Bambaya Hindi » with her sabziwallah, you could find her cooking Persian food or enjoying her regular sip of wine, which is even more regular since she is now moving back and forth between Paris and Mumbai. Clea was awarded the prestigious Lagardère Prize 2013 for Journalism by the Fondation Lagardère for her documentary project on Sita and women in India, more to come about that!