Philippe Calia is an art curator, a photographer and a filmmaker, born and raised in France, but somewhere within him, a connection to Indian culture exists which he can't run away from. His loyalty to his work and his understanding of love, family and friendship makes him an irreplaceable crew member in our team. His reason for doing this is not only for the adventures we all get to experience, it's also for him to observe us and you at our best and most emotional so it can be applied to his PhD in anthropology.
PS. He has played table tennis with France's President Nicolas Sarkozy.
If you had a time machine, where would you travel to in time?
Bombay in the 1930's, when Jazz scene of the metropolis was blooming and the country was fighting for its independence.
If you were an Olympic athlete, which sport would it be?
Table Tennis with Bordeaux.
If your life was a book, what would its title be?
"The Adventures of Calia", a memoir of sort, with an edition in three volumes:
The Bombay Duck | From Byculla to Bali | Tera Kya Hoga Calia?
Best part about filming weddings?
I can't decide between witnessing the divine energy that is Love, travelling with a team that has become a family or the Truffle Risotto I had two weeks ago.