‘Once Upon a Time’ is a photo series that celebrates all things timeless. This black and white image was photographed on a foggy winter’s day in Delhi’s Mehrauli Archeological Park, a setting which has witnessed many a historical event over time. The series also includes a photograph of Jaipur’s iconic Jantar Mantar which was designedContinue reading “Once Upon a Time”
The play of light in this image is a tribute to Walt Whitman’s poem ‘A Song of Joys’. Long exposure photography of contemporary dance performances leads to surprising, revelatory and hence, joyful, experiences. Photo prints available at Saatchi Art.
My first photobook Motion Pictures in Poetry has received an Honorable Mention at the International Photography Awards in the Book – Fine Art category.
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 wereContinue reading “10 Years of Swiss Arts Council, New Delhi”
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 theContinue reading “Directed By Nyay Store on Redbubble”
A fresh, summery collection, “Inner Sky – Cloud Nine” celebrates the blue skies and the feeling of being on, what else, cloud nine. Indulge at the Directed by Nyay store on Society6.
New collection on the Directed By Nyay Zazzle store. Art photography based on “light painting” turns into wearable art.
New York-based J’aipur Journal features my photo series “Tangled” in its issue based on the theme of “Longing”. J’aipur Journal is a digital publication “telling East-meets-West stories about people and places that inspire.” The “Tangled” series won an honorable mention at the 2011 International Photography Awards in the moving images section.