The project “So far away, yet so close” brings together 7 years of exploration on Morocco.
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The aim of this photographic series is to show the plight of these children who are ready to do anything just to avoid a hard sun.
Hulivesha is art dying art form from Mangalore in Karnataka, this documentary work from 3 years is an attempt to show the art form which is rich cultural heritage .
This is a Documentation of my physical and mental changes throughout the years i have suffered with Alopecia Areata. Only through my camera I could accept myself as i am.
My plan is to work on these single mothers and their struggles throughout Bangladesh and India..
Cuba, slowly but certainly changing, still offer a unique experience of how people live without technology and with limited ressources.
Blind youngsters dance their way through disability in Mexico City.
Light, Life and a silent journey, a scenic pleasure. There are times when words cant describe emotions. There are times of serenity. Colors and light fill the space then.
“Carnival Warriors” is the title of a long-term project that aims to document the Carnival rituals that take place in the archipelago of the Azores.
The story is about on the belief or superstition mainly. Pilgrims possess a thought by heart that is the holy dip will wash away their sins committed throughout the year.
Education plays a very important role in building a strong foundation of our society. India keep a strong focus on education system.
The project combines portraits, landscapes, and still life in my story that explores the lives of people residing in small mountain towns in the Mexico.
A ride with the legendary steam train “Smudgy”.
Japan has the highest ratio of vending machines to landmass in the world. What does it tell us about japanese culture ?