Stolen Moments. Moments are vital in photography so as timing. As a Photographer, we need reflex action which comes through practice. We observe various moments everyday everywhere within our vicinity.
Dog Story. I must personally admit initially when I started out exploring my passion for street photography I was very shy as a person and I always thought itís not polite to photograph unknown people.
My Times, My People. Every age and place have their distinct social, historical and existential characters. Having lived with the trends of street photography over the last few years, I feel a growing feeling inside that the moments that I express, must be rooted in and express the time and place that I live in.
Colourful streets especially street arts attract me a lot. It gives a glimpse of a city’s attitude towards life and a break from monotonous stereotype street walls.
Street photographs from Australia and Elsewhere. I’m not sure that I have a style. I just look for quirkiness, intimacy, humour, ambiguity, and mystery.
Mother India. “Mother India” is a wandering between places suspended in time. It’s a story through poetic images, free from any descriptive intent.
Unconventional world. Photographs from a unconventional world is a project about some of the creative experimental moments.
Simple things. This is the story about beauty in simple things and simple life. I travel all around the world and looking for places which still have their unique and authenticity, people who still have real emotions.
Faith – A Quaint Emotions. Faith is not about belief. Faith, in fact, has very little to do with what beliefs you hold, other than that it allows you to hold them. Faith is a sacred, deep, emotionally involved kind of trust.
A Handful of Pictures. Hands and limbs in general play a big role in my pictures. They are dynamic, they bring mystery, one can use them to create illusions. This is my ode to hands.
Life in Street. I really love to see the small drama of everyday life as it is staged on the streets. Common people are my heroes and heroines who play themselves in this drama.
Sleeper Class. Through my project Sleeper Class, I wanted to immerse people in the world of the lower middle class of Indian trains.
This work is an ongoing project I started 3 years ago documenting life in a slum of Moti Bagh. New Delhi. India.