Cloud photography translated as wearable art.
Philip Lee is a prolific producer whose acclaimed films include classics like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero to Hollywood blockbusters such as The Revenant. In 2016, I moderated a masterclass with Lee at the NFDC Film Bazaar in Goa titled ‘Mounting and Positioning the Epic Across Cultures’.
Here is the video of that interaction:
The Swiss Arts Council – Pro Helvetia – New Delhi is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2018. In 2009, Pro Helvetia organized a performance by renowned Swiss choreographer Phillipe Saire in New Delhi. I had the opportunity to photograph that performance which was an extraordinary display of movement and lighting. Some of my photographs were featured in a Pro Helvetia promotional flyer that year. As Pro Helvetia marks its tenth anniversary, the council website features one of my photos as part of a trip down memory lane.
And we are live! Directed By Nyay presents its new store on Redbubble with fresh designs that blend art photography with cinematic and cultural influences. The collections are available on an exciting array of products, especially scarves, tapestries and fashionable womens wear such as A-Line dresses, chiffon tops and graphic T-shirt dresses.
The ‘Watch the Skies’ collection features a range of sky photography and is a tribute to the iconic film ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ which marks its 40th anniversary this year.
The ‘Celestial Colors’ collection celebrates abstract photography based on a play of light and movement in the rich tradition of India’s performing arts.