While he may not have any formal education in the field, Shree was always passionate about painting and sculpting since a young age. Coming from a humble background, he had to earn his living very early in life. But he was happy carrying out even manual labour if it was related to art in some way or the other. Mentored by the veteran artist, Vedprakash Nanda, the turning point in Shri’s life was the offer to work with a company that made glass sculptures. His quest for challenging and unique projects led him to set-up his company R.K. Arts. Some of his well-known commercial art-work include the life-size portraitures of Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America and Bajirao (played by Ranveer Singh in the movie ‘Bajirao Mastani’) that were created for Disney as mall installations. ‘The Thinker’ was re-created by Shree for Kanakia builders for their Paris theme project. He also created murals for an Indian village themed restaurant in Dubai and built a sculpture inspired by the Shirdi temple for a Sai Baba Mandal in the U.S.A. Moved by his depiction of child abuse by people within the 'Circle of Trust' at the Kala Ghoda festival in 2016, the Kala Ghoda Festival Director, Brinda Miller approached Shree to give back to the landmark South Mumbai art district, the iconic black horse installation after which it is named. The historic 25 ft equestrian structure that took him 6 months to build, is definitely the most ambitious project undertaken by the 38 yr old in his career spanning almost 25 years. He was so excited to be a part of the project that for the very first presentation to the Kala Ghoda Committee, he went prepared with a 1.5 feet maquette for the horse. Shree also invested a lot of time observing horses and their movement, so that he could depict their magnificence accurately for his Kala Ghoda sculpture.