Photographing people has always held a fascination for me. I loved learning about people’s daily lives and cultures through National Geographic and Life magazines when I was young and this has given me a foundation for my personal vision.
It all started when I was eight, with my first Brownie camera, and I have had a camera in hand ever since. I am constantly photographing friends and family, and have been dubbed 'the chronicler of our generation' by one friend. I try to capture people candidly, treating them with respect. When I photograph large parties or weddings, I feel like I’m floating in my own bubble, observing the characters attending, always being unobtrusive. Yet, the whole process comes from just “hanging out” and observing the never-ending escapades and differences within the human race.
Three children in their village south of the Himalayas, Nepal