Photography is one of my longest standing passions. I got my first point-and-shoot film camera in elementary school, and spent my 12-year-old days taking endless artsy shots of front-yard flower pots, interior lamps, and the patterned brickwork on my family’s driveway. From that moment on, I was hooked.
I take photos of people in their natural settings, the places where they’re most comfortable. Whether it’s in a neuroscientist’s organized mess of an office, in front of a mechanics garage that has been a family business for three generations, or in a dusty front room in rural Nepal, I think a person’s environment can speak just as loudly as the subject of the photo. I create colourful and well composed images, be it through unconventional framing or using shadows to create geometric shapes. I don’t have too many rules – if it catches my eye, it’s worth a photo.
I'm available for portrait sessions, photojournalism work, and wedding photography. I also do promotional photography for organizations and businesses.