About us

Dark ‘n’ Light ® is a registered trademark of KRIT Consulting Sàrl in Switzerland, the European Union (EU) and India.

Our Vision

Dark ‘n’ Light explores science, nature, social justice and culture, through the arts and humanities. We are a home for projects that chronicle the times we live in and reimagine futures for all species and the planet. By playfully traversing traditional boundaries with a range of collaborators and co-creators, and challenging linear, binary worldviews, we feature projects which include poetry, stories, essays, films, audio, and mixed media art. At its heart, this space aims to bring together voices from across fields and in the margins to nourish our innate senses of curiosity and wonder.

For us, we cherish the process, the making of the projects, the conversations, the iterations, the stories behind the scenes and we want to take our time, join dots between our projects, meet new people, follow new leads, go down rabbit holes and learn as we go along.

The projects in Dark ‘n’ Light are sponsored and conceptualized by KRIT Consulting Sàrl which is based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Our Team

Susan Mathews

In her previous avatar she worked long and boring hours as a legal and policy wonk in the areas of development, human rights and the environment. Based in Geneva, she brings some of her past life mojo and background into project conceptualization along with a life-long passion for the arts, humanities, poetry, music, and science. She is the principal blogger and podcaster at Dark ‘n’ Light, so you will get to know more about her as the site evolves.

Sukrit Bhattacharya

Trained as an Aerospace Engineer, Sukrit researched fluid mechanics and turbulence solving partial differential equations. With a substantial and exciting corporate career, he started Krit Consulting Sarl in Geneva, Switzerland in 2015. He brings his passion for science and mathematics, his love for Douglas Adams and Pink Floyd, and process-oriented detail into helping us manage our projects and collaborate with diverse teams and get our acts together.

Anjali Alappat

She is a writer, editor and content strategist. She began her career as a journalist and has also worked in communications and publishing (both in the private sector and for non-profits). She’s edited more than 40 children’s books and recently published her first picture book. She loves sci-fi and fantasy, writing for children, coffee, long-form journalism, dinosaurs, space and the music of the 80s. She will fiercely defend the Oxford comma forever.

Winnu Das

Winnu is an editor, playback theatre practitioner, dancer and listening hour guide. She has a background in law, with a focus on gender and labour rights. As an editor at Dark ‘n’ Light, she will draw on her varied interests to explore stories of movement, community, and more. She loves listening to life stories, facilitating chaotic classrooms and loudly singing off key to herself.

Menaka Raman

Menaka Raman was an advertising copywriter in a previous life. In her current life she writes books for children, a parenting column and dabbles in social media. She is yet to crack the Instagram algorithm and consoles herself by cuddling her dog Woody.

Yamini Vijayan

Yamini Vijayan is a writer and editor based in Bangalore. She is the author of children’s books Stage Fright and Your Body is Yours. In her free time, she likes to escape to green spaces, take photographs, and watch crime shows. She doesn’t like to skip her naps.

Bhumika Saraswati

Bhumika is a multiple award-winning independent journalist, documentary filmmaker and a photographer based in Delhi whose work has been published nationally and internationally. She will be primarily engaged in research for The Subverse podcast and oversee the development of a social media project to be announced soon. She loves taking chances with life. But what she loves most is being on the ground and interacting, knowing, listening to stories of people and documenting and writing.

Radhika Viswanathan and Samyukhta Varma

Radhika Viswanathan and Samyuktha Varma’s podcast production and communication consultancy firm Vaaka Media produces our flagship podcast The Subverse and Arcx, our new podcast mini-series.

Check out their website.