Indy Selvarajah

Indy studied at the Bartlett School, UCL before embarking into the visual art world. He has shown work at The Whitney Museum of Modern Art in NY, The Serpentine, Tate, Barbican and ICA.

In 2008 Indy was commissioned by Channel 4 to write and create the comedy show ‘Aint it Funny Being Coloured?’ which won a Broadcast award for comedy and was a Guardian Top 50 show of the year.

He and his writing partner, Sean Cook (Spooks) are currently developing shows for C4 and the BBC.

Indy has created campaigns for Amnesty, Red Cross, Nike and Cancer UK.



“he doesn’t think like other people and yet the work is inclusive and daring and smart and very funny. A wonderfully skewed look at the world”

John Landis (Film Director)
“He’s a very fresh voice, both in the world of comedy and the world of racial issues. He has the ability to talk about issues of identity without it becoming polemic, and that runs through all his writing.”

Charlie Brooker (TV Broadcaster / writer)
press for Aint it Funny Being Coloured

Top 50 Must see shows of 2008 – Guardian
Pick of the Week – Times
Pick of the Day – Independent & Time Out
**** – Metro NY

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