Girinandini graduated in 2017 with a Masters in Creative Writing from Newcastle University, United Kingdom. While at university she published with various literary magazines like Prufrock, Waccamaw; a journal of contemporary literature, and Litro Magazine. Her work has also been included in Waccamaw Journal’s anthology of Best in Publishing: 10 Years Retrospective and was nominated for the prestigious American Pushcart Award in 2018. She has worked with refugees and immigrants on storytelling and creative writing with the Simply Cracking Good Stories foundation in Newcastle, United Kingdom and is passionate about language and the way writing and storytelling can help us build a better understanding of the world. She has also conducted writing workshops in Nepal with children from age 7-12 at the Modern Indian School, Kathmandu, exploring voice and identity through the narrative. Girinandini is currently working at the India Habitat Centre with the Visual Arts Gallery as a project coordinator and is part of the editorial team, she also freelances as a writer for Outlook Magazine, Vogue, Architectural Digest, Critical Collective, Serendipity Arts Magazine, and more. She is currently developing a storytelling project in collaboration with UNHCR and the Bosco Centre in New Delhi with refugee children ensuring that the centres cultivate empathy driven classrooms.