Tempted as we were to take up Usha Devi's invitation to join her for lunch we had to decline the offer to keep on schedule. The little village of Gue that's gained fame recently after the discovery of a 'mummified lama' was not initially on our plan, thanks to Google Earth it found its place. One of the best drives off the main road the Gue valley was an absolute pleasure. we were even graced by the elusive Ibex on the way back.
This might be a little in the day, but all the same this one is for all those who inspired me to do more with my camera (my best teachers). All my batch mates at college, my gang of friends, my brothers, Mr. Sanjeev Seth, Mr. Raghunathan, Mr. Daruwala, Mr. Shekhar, Dr. Wilson, Mr. Sampath Kumar, all my clients and most of all those of you who have come to me for advise and guidance, thank you for constantly inspiring me to push my work to a new level each year.
The youngest of 3 photographers to have received the National Academy Award for Visual Art, I live and work out of New Delhi and Lucknow, in India. Commercially my work revolves around Architecture and Industrial work, my personal work is a palette of varied subjects and always changing. Teaching and mentoring young photographers in the hope that it will help them improve their work is something high on my priority list. Born and raised in a tiny village in Bhutan I graduated from St. Stephens college, Delhi where I picked up Photography. After traveling the world for about 5 years ( 5 continents and 30 odd countries) I returned to India in 2007.