Why did I make a YouTube channel? What is the goal now that I'm here? What can you expect if you subscribe? A year ago I told myself that once I have enough episodes under my belt, I'd make a video explaining what this big, crazy mission is all about.
In this episode of Controlled Chaos, Gajan sits down with Julia Hamer: a neuroscience researcher, volleyball player for the Canadian National Team, social media personality, med school student, AND professional model. Yea, that's a lot. There was so much valuable information exchanged during this interview, you'll definietly want to listen to the full podcast as well. Enjoy!
This might be my most engaging conversation with another photographer to date. In this episode, Gajan sits down with Jason, aka Stockezy, to talk about his journey into street photography. The two discuss photography, composition, growth, Fuji cameras, hip-hop, sneakers, and much much more. This is our longest episode yet, but a must listen for anyone interested in photography as a hobby or profession. Enjoy!
Here's a video that we shot earlier this year. I had so much fun previewing the Fuji X-T3, I had to buy one for myself. While it may have some limitations compared to some full frame offerings, this camera packs enough of a feature set to stand with even the best on the market.
THE NBA SHOW THAT YOU DID NOT KNOW YOU NEEDED IN YOUR LIFE.
Basketball is life. And with Off The Bounce, Nisant and Viknesh (aka Dynx) relish in the awesomeness of basketball by discussing and debating everything happening in the NBA today. They're moderated by Gajan, who isn't afraid to jump in as well. No topic is too grand. No issue is too small.
With the show moderated Gajan, Nisant and Viknesh speak their mind and try to bring some more insight to the happenings in the NBA. Our hosts look at the stars, the business, and where the NBA will be in the future. If you consider yourself a fan of basketball and enjoy a barbershop-style debate, make sure to subscribe to the show now.
HONEST CONVERSATION ABOUT GROWING UP TAMIL AND LAUGHING AT OUR PAIN.
Banana Boys is a podcast where three Canadian Tamils talk about growing up in the Tamil culture and how it shaped them. Listen, this is first and foremost a comedy show where we share and laugh at our pain. We hope you do as well.
The hosts of the show (Gajan, Nisant, and Viknesh) speak honestly about their experiences and try to shed some light on very real topics through humour. Our goal is to create something that people feel true joy listening to. And like we mentioned earlier, we’re even okay with you laughing at us. We ain’t above it. This show is incredibly special to us, so be sure to recommend it to anyone you think will find value from it.
SPEAKING WITH CREATORS ABOUT CREATIVITY, ADVERSITY, AND WORKFLOWS.
Controlled Chaos is a show for creators. The host, Gajan, sits down with creative minds in varying disciplines to discuss their journey, process, and adversities. The goal of the show is to have honest and meaningful conversations around creating content, our responsibility as creators, and empowering others to create as well.
What’s unique about Controlled Chaos is that we unapologetically venture down rabbit holes and embrace the spontaneity of discourse. This show aims to build an experience that’s authentic for the listeners, so that they truly find value in the topics being covered. We hope that you enjoy the content!
The Risky Fox is an online media group dedicated to creativity shared. With five unique properties, The Risky Fox aims to not only produce fresh material on a weekly basis, but empower others to do the same. Our community is governed by three rules:
1. Purpose, Love, and Empathy. We must have a purpose in all that we do, love the project itself, and do it in a manner that puts our audience first. Any deviation from this is not acceptable by our standards. Period.
2. We don't work with assholes. Listen, we're just going to call it like we see it. The creative space is tainted with individuals that are here for the wrong reasons and we don't plan on feeding into it. We handpick our crew, collabs, and clients to ensure that we have the most authentic and creative experience possible.
3. People+Projects. This is how we measure our success. How many people have we impacted, directly or indirectly, for the better? How many projects have we successfully completed? It’s these two numbers that we place the highest importance on. And so far, it hasn’t let us down.
This entire site serves to provide enjoyable content in various forms but more importantly, it lays the groundwork on how anyone can get started. We hope that you join us along this journey and support us in any way you can. Be sure to follow us on Instagram for regular updates.