Category Archives: Editorial/Photojournalism

Qu’ils mangent de la brioche. Brioche. NOT CAKE.

It’s confusing, because brioche is a type of bread. Not cake. So Marie Antoinette was misquoted. (I don’t know why I’m telling you this.) From a recent shoot for a Bangalore-based cafĂ©. EXTREMELY EXCITING because this was my first time shooting food. Inspirations: Andrew Scrivani, BBC Good Food India Magazine, Jonathan Gayman.

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Sample albums are here!!!

The days of shooting an assignment and dropboxing photos to clients are over for me. I have been thinking about this for a long time and somehow handing people a set of digital files at the end of the most important event in their lives just doesn’t cut it anymore. I am now SOLD on […]

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New Year’s Eve 2013 at Freedom Park, Bengaluru

Pictures made on New Year’s Eve, ’13 at Freedom Park, Bengaluru, in connection with the Delhi gang rape case. So much has been said on this case, but one repeatedly highlighted theme was the absence of male voices/opinion on the issue – that the focus should be on educating young boys and men on how […]

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Postcards from a family holiday in Rajasthan

Took a trip to Rajasthan, India, with my family after the LONGEST time in Dec. ’12 and really, REALLY enjoyed myself. Left all the fancy photo gear at home and took just an old, mildew-y Nikon D50 with a chipped lens and my cellphone. Felt free. Broke rules. Was shameless and shot only JPEGS in […]

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Historic Election Night: Scott Brown loses to Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts elected its first woman senator, Elizabeth Warren, on Nov. 6, 2012. Warren, a Democrat, defeated Republican incumbent Scott Brown in a hard fought, expensive electoral battle. Brown and his supporters were at Boston’s Park Plaza Hotel to watch the poll results come in. The mood initially was quite upbeat, but as it became evident […]

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