RainbowFish Studio was founded in April 2014 by Sara Vetteth, with a vision to guide every child to discover his or her creative potential.
Amala Aiana joined at the very beginning and has been instrumental in developing the video curriculum and training partner school teachers. She earned the title ‘Co-Founder’ in 2019.
Gobinath M joined in 2017 as Head of Operations and Business Development, bringing a wealth of experience from ten years in the education space. Our teachers are the heart of our team. Senior teachers Susan Jacob, Nivedha D’Souza and Sandra Vincent are well-loved by their students, always ready to mentor and guide. Passionate and dedicated, Roshini Pochont and Praveena Sivaram have joined us virtually in 2020.

We value constant learning as an integral part of being great educators, developing our skill sets towards growth at work and in life. We are always looking for new team members who share our vision for art education. If you think you’d be a good fit, do reach out [email protected]

Sara Vetteth

founded RainbowFish six years ago. She has a Masters degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and also taught at the school as a faculty member. She was invited to the artist-in-residence programme at the Bauhaus School in Germany. She has also authored the ‘Art for Kids’ series of books, working in close collaboration with major Indian artists to introduce their work to children. She believes that every child is an artist and it is as important to build creative confidence as it is to build artistic skill.

Amala Aiana

is part of the founding team at RainbowFish Studio, and has been teaching Visual Art & Design in primary & middle schools across the country for over five years. She conducts training programs & workshops for art educators in her role as School Art Program Director at RainbowFish. Amala is a graduate of Visual Communication & a passionate photographer, Kuchipudi dancer and advocate for sustainable living. She believes that art integrated learning will enhance any education system, while empowering students to create, question and empathize'.

Gobinath

is in charge of Operations and Business development at RainbowFish. He has been in the education space for more than 14 years, implementing technology and ensuring customer delight. He has earned a Master degree in Business Administration from Madras University. Taking up a social cause, Gobinath also empowers underprivileged students with technology and believes it should be accessible to all.

Susan George

is a graduate of product design from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore and the UK. Through her college years she spent her Saturdays helping out at the NAFA Children's art school which ignited her passion for teaching and has continued to spend the last four years with RainbowFish teaching and learning with children at elementary and middle schools. She was awarded an 'Art Teacher Excellence Award' at the IADEA conference (2018) along with her co-teacher. She believes every moment and every feeling can inspire us to create.

Nivedha Leoni D'souza

is a Visual Arts graduate from Stella Maris College and an art history geek! She teaches tiny toddlers from the age of 4 to troublesome teens at different schools in the city for RainbowFish. With prior experience as a Graphic Designer for a children's publishing house she enjoys working with kids and making art as an interesting subject for them. She believes that art unites everybody. It is a safe space and an exciting adventure at the same time!

Sandra Vincent

is an illustrator and has been teaching art with RainbowFish for three years. She graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelors degree in Visual Arts and is currently also doing her Masters in Illustration online at Falmouth University, UK. She believes that art is all around us, waiting to be noticed in the simple everyday things. All we have to do is look a little longer and closer. She is working towards minimalism while her imagination takes up all the space.

Roshini Pochont

is an illustrator and graphic design graduate from the National Institute of Design, with a background in literature and journalism. Her love for words and images has converged in illustration – especially for picture books - and she enjoys storytelling for children in all its forms. Interacting with kids and helping them create imaginative art is the best part of her day! She has also been collecting vintage and pre-loved picture books for years and hopes to open a library of them someday.

Praveenaa

graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts. She has an interest in detailed drawings and the specialized miniature art of pencil carving. Her two-and-a-half year stint teaching children - along with a talent for listening and speaking to them - makes her a patient and interactive art educator. An avid traveller and nature photographer, she believes that art makes people happy and intends to do the same through her own work.

Sara Vetteth

founded RainbowFish six years ago. She has a Masters degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and also taught at the school as a faculty member. She was invited to the artist-in-residence programme at the Bauhaus School in Germany. She has also authored the ‘Art for Kids’ series of books, working in close collaboration with major Indian artists to introduce their work to children. She believes that every child is an artist and it is as important tobuild creative confidence as it is to build artistic skill.

Amala Aiana

is part of the founding team at RainbowFish Studio, and has been teaching Visual Art & Design in primary & middle schools across the country for over five years. She conducts training programs & workshops for art educators in her role as School Art Program Director at RainbowFish. Amala is a graduate of Visual Communication & a passionate photographer, Kuchipudi dancer and advocate for sustainable living. She believes that art integrated learning will enhance any education system, while empowering students to create, question and empathize'.

Gobinath

is in charge of Operations and Business development at RainbowFish. He has been in the educational space for more than 14 years, implementing technology and ensuring customer delight. He has earned a Master degree in Business Administration from Madras University. Taking up a social cause, Gobinath also empowers underprivileged students with technology and believes it should be accessible to all.




Susan George

is a graduate of product design from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore and the UK. Through her college years she spent her Saturdays helping out at the NAFA Children's art school which ignited her passion for teaching and has continued to spend the last four years with RainbowFish teaching and learning with children at elementary and middle schools. She was awarded an 'Art Teacher Excellence Award' at the IADEA conference (2018) along with her co-teacher. She believes every moment and every feeling can inspire us to create

Nivedha Leoni D'souza

is a Visual Arts graduate from Stella Maris College and an art history geek! She teaches tiny toddlers from the age of 4 to troublesome teens at different schools in the city for RainbowFish. With prior experience as a Graphic Designer for a children's publishing house she enjoys working with kids and making art as an interesting subject for them. She believes that art unites everybody. It is a safe space and an exciting adventure at the same time!

Sandra Vincent

is an illustrator and has been teaching art with RainbowFish for three years. She graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelors degree in Visual Arts and is currently also doing her Masters in Illustration online at Falmouth University, UK. She believes that art is all around us, waiting to be noticed in the simple everyday things. All we have to do is look a little longer and closer. She is working towards minimalism while her imagination takes up all the space.

Roshini Pochont

is an illustrator and graphic design graduate from the National Institute of Design, with a background in literature and journalism. Her love for words and images has converged in illustration – especially for picture books - and she enjoys storytelling for children in all its forms. Interacting with kids and helping them create imaginative art is the best part of her day! She has also been collecting vintage and pre-loved picture books for years and hopes to open a library of them someday.

Praveenaa

graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts. She has an interest in detailed drawings and the specialized miniature art of pencil carving. Her two-and-a-half year stint teaching children - along with a talent for listening and speaking to them - makes her a patient and interactive art educator. An avid traveller and nature photographer, she believes that art makes people happy and intends to do the same through her own work.

Sara Vetteth

founded RainbowFish six years ago. She has a Masters degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and also taught at the school as a faculty member. She was invited to the artist-in-residence programme at the Bauhaus School in Germany. She has also authored the ‘Art for Kids’ series of books, working in close collaboration with major Indian artists to introduce their work to children. She believes that every child is an artist and it is as important to build creative confidence as it is to build artistic skill.

Amala Aiana

is part of the founding team at RainbowFish Studio, and has been teaching Visual Art & Design in primary & middle schools across the country for over five years. She conducts training programs & workshops for art educators in her role as School Art Program Director at RainbowFish. Amala is a graduate of Visual Communication & a passionate photographer, Kuchipudi dancer and advocate for sustainable living. She believes that art integrated learning will enhance any education system, while empowering students to create, question and empathize'.

Gobinath

is in charge of Operations and Business development at RainbowFish. He has been in the educational space for more than 14 years, implementing technology and ensuring customer delight. He has earned a Master degree in Business Administration from Madras University. Taking up a social cause, Gobinath also empowers underprivileged students with technology and believes it should be accessible to all.

Susan George

is a graduate of product design from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore and the UK. Through her college years she spent her Saturdays helping out at the NAFA Children's art school which ignited her passion for teaching and has continued to spend the last four years with RainbowFish teaching and learning with children at elementary and middle schools. She was awarded an 'Art Teacher Excellence Award' at the IADEA conference (2018) along with her co-teacher. She believes every moment and every feeling can inspire us to create.

Nivedha Leoni D'souza

is a Visual Arts graduate from Stella Maris College and an art history geek! She teaches tiny toddlers from the age of 4 to troublesome teens at different schools in the city for RainbowFish. With prior experience as a Graphic Designer for a children's publishing house she enjoys working with kids and making art as an interesting subject for them. She believes that art unites everybody. It is a safe space and an exciting adventure at the same time!

Sandra Vincent

is an illustrator and has been teaching art with RainbowFish for three years. She graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelors degree in Visual Arts and is currently also doing her Masters in Illustration online at Falmouth University, UK. She believes that art is all around us, waiting to be noticed in the simple everyday things. All we have to do is look a little longer and closer. She is working towards minimalism while her imagination takes up all the space.

Praveenaa

graduated from Stella Maris college with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts. She has an interest in detailed drawings and the specialized miniature art of pencil carving. Her two-and-a-half year stint teaching children - along with a talent for listening and speaking to them - makes her a patient and interactive art educator. An avid traveller and nature photographer, she believes that art makes people happy and intends to do the same through her own work.

Roshini Pochont

is an illustrator and graphic design graduate from the National Institute of Design, with a background in literature and journalism. Her love for words and images has converged in illustration – especially for picture books - and she enjoys storytelling for children in all its forms. Interacting with kids and helping them create imaginative art is the best part of her day! She has also been collecting vintage and pre-loved picture books for years and hopes to open a library of them someday.