Hi, my name is Mitul
My goal is pretty simple, build great things with great people. If we can work together to achieve that, I'd love to chat 👋.
June 2021 - Present
May 2019 - Mar 2020
Designed growth experiments to convert users from free to paid, built the sales operations and email-marketing playbook from the ground up
May 2018 - Aug 2018
Led competitive research for all of Canada and supported the launch of 30 cities in 1 day through building courier acquisition campaigns
Product Lead Intern
Jan 2018 - Apr 2018
Built my foundational knowledge of product and led development of three consumer-facing MVPs to impact over 10 million CIBC clients
Bank of Montreal
May 2017 - Aug 2017
Annotate – WIP
A browser extension to augment the internet experience; annotate, save and share. This is a work in progress, learn more through my journal link below.
Built a platform to showcase your bookshelves using React Hooks, NextJS, and Chakra UI, while working alongside a backend developer and designer. We received 300+ sign ups, 1200+ visitors along with 600+ upvotes and 8 awards on Reddit.
Over the past few years, I’ve been building my craft as a photographer. I managed to turn a hobby into a business, which allowed me to achieve goals I never thought I could. This included photographing the Uber CEO, being paid to travel and working with brands I love.
- Every Google Pixel has one of my photos as a default wallpaper
Featured in Toronto's Metro News newspaper as an artist
- Earned 20K within six months of 2019 – this was beyond my wildest dreams
Some notable accomplishments I'm proud to share
Today, I’m more focused on improving my drone skills and becoming a better artist rather than growing my online presence. You can learn a little more by visiting my photography portfolio below.
I love connecting with new people to learn from and am always more than willing to help with questions you may have.
Besides that, I enjoy talking about photography, abandoned side-projects, stocks that could make us bazillionaires, the psychology behind why we make poor decisions, or how Anthony Fantano made a mistake by giving MBDTF a 6/10.