Nimish completed his schooling in science with distinction from St. Paul H. S. School, Indore. It followed graduation in Electronics and MBA in Advertising & Public Relations from the Devi Ahilya University, Indore. His summer training in the Ogilvy & Mather Advertising during his MBA course gave him first hand exposure of film-making process. It ultimately led him to the renowned Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune; from where he specialized in Film Editing in 2004.
After working as Associate to many renowned Editors, he debuted as Film Editor with HULLA. It was followed by the critically acclaimed and National Award Winner “Leaving Home – the life and music of Indian Ocean”. Due to the nature and magnitude of these films he also doubled up as their Associate Director and Executive Producer respectively.
Apart from these two films he has been Consultant Film Production for Cartwheel Creative Consultancy Pvt Ltd. where supervised various TVCs produced / conceived by Cartwheel for various clients like Reliance Telecommunications, FA Deodorant etc. A brief stint with Alliance Media & Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. as Supervising Producer associated him with films like “Aaamras”and “Daayen ya Baayen”.
His FTII education enabled him to don various hats in film-making. One such film is “Soch Lo” in which he was Film Production in-charge.
Apart from working on feature films, he edited / directed various short films, documentaries, Corporate AVs etc. He is privileged to direct “KARM KE VEER“- a documentary on Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussorie commemorating its golden jubilee in 2009.
Nimish has recently completed shooting a biopic on a very important character of the 16th century as Associate Director / 2nd Unit Director. This film is supposed to release in 2014.
Apart from these professional commitments Nimish has been equally keen to share his knowledge with the upcoming film-makers. This has made him guest faculty to prestigious institutes like National Institute of Design (NID) Ahmedabad, Digital Academy Mumbai and his alma mater Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. This same motto has brought him to MITID.