Sai Selvarajan grew up in Nigeria playing soccer and riding bikes. He moved to Dallas with his family when he was nine, and traded his scissor kicks for a wicked jump shot. Sai brings a fierce passion for storytelling, coupled with great design acumen, to his work. His stylistically intense pieces channel an emotional resonance that has defined his craft for brands such as Chrysler, Comcast, Costa, MetroPCS, Southwest Airlines and YETI.
Sai’s title sequence for feature, Chasing Shakespeare, earned him the Jury Award at SXSW’s Art Of The Title in 2013. He also wrote, directed and edited the short film Sugarless Tea, narrated by political comic Hari Kondabolu (The Problem with Apu, Waiting for 2042), which made festival rounds at the New York Indian Film Festival, London’s East End Film Festival and the Austin Film Society’s SXSW ShortsCase. His shorts Duchamp and Audible Static have earned audience praise across festivals for their emotional connectedness and original perspectives on love.