Shwet Priya Naik, a talented cinematographer hailing from Belagavi and currently based in Bengaluru, has recently been awarded the prestigious Women Disruptors-2023 award. This recognition is a testament to her outstanding contributions to the film industry, both in Bollywood and South Indian films, as well as the advertising industry.
The award ceremony was held at the luxurious Sahara Star in Mumbai, and was organized by Adgully network and presented by Viacom 18. Women Disruptors is an esteemed platform that celebrates women leaders who are making a positive and definitive impact not only in their organizations but also in the industry and society as a whole.
This year’s awards ceremony aimed to highlight the exceptional leadership of women who are steering India Inc through challenging times, while also inspiring the next generation of female leaders.
Shwet Priya is a visionary storyteller who brings her concepts to life through her unique and experimental approach. With a keen eye for detail, she expertly uses lighting, colors, textures, angles, and moods to create stunning visual narratives. While she is not one to strictly follow rules, she is highly disciplined in her work.
Shwet Priya holds a post-graduate degree in Professional Photography from Light & Life Academy in Ooty, where she specialized in Food & Beverage, Architecture & Interior under the guidance of Mr. Iqbal Mohammed. She is also passionate about documenting travel stories and has a particular interest in automobiles, having honed her skills in this area as a bike enthusiast.
Shwet Priya’s talent has been recognized through numerous awards for her short films. She has extensive experience in creating corporate and industrial promotional videos, and is equally skilled as a cinematographer and photographer. Her passion for storytelling and her ability to bring concepts to life through her visual artistry make her a valuable asset to any project.
Shwet Priya Naik’s achievement is a true reflection of her dedication, hard work, and innovative spirit, and we congratulate her on this well-deserved recognition.