Print your photos, you must!

Photography can mean different things to different people… I’ve said this probably one too many times. But it is that true! To one, it may simply be a cathartic platform, a camera used as a vessel to exercise one’s creativity after a gruelling day; to another, a lens may merely be a tool to capture the unprecedented moments, highlighting those…

Surabhi Theatre floored me!

The Surabhi Theatre group celebrated its eightieth anniversary this year and I was invited to join in. Working alongside Nidhi Dugar Kundalia who is a journalist from the Hindu (and has authored a book called The Lost Generation), I spent my time picking my jaw off the floor whilst witnessing the re-enactment of Hindu myths revived by the exemplary cast…

AN AFTERNOON WITH THÉORIE

Furniture is a being on its own – it can brighten your house or sober it up. Dress it up or dress it down, it’s there to accessorize your home. In its essentials, Theorie is no different. Against the sombre contemporary furniture, with its sleek finish and unfeeling colour blocks, Theorie furniture stands incandescent, with its old worldly charm that managed to transport…

Malakka Spice and food thats nice

Malaka Spice is the rare embodiment of a piece of Asian food culture, and two weeks ago I had the pleasure of shooting it. I’ll admit, the first couple of hours were tough. Hell, they were torturous (no points for guessing why) . The constant wafts of fresh, steaming plates containing lamb chops and roti zala with kari kapitan ensured that…