I am an independent photojournalist based out of New Delhi and Hyderabad, India.
In the summer of 2008 I quit an IT job at which I worked for two years to pursue a career in photography. The next three years, I worked on commissioned projects documenting the lives and issues of High Risk populations in HIV/AIDS interventions in southern India. I had during this time also worked towards a master’s degree in journalism from Osmania University, Hyderabad.
This work resulted in several publications and more importantly, helped me greatly understand small-town and rural India. I continue to work from these regions, focusing on agrarian crises, the environment and issues of development and displacement.
I am also the founder and curator of Galli, an online publication featuring visual storytelling from India.
Selected Commissions and Publications:
The New York Times Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, GEO, Al Jazeera, Financial Times Magazine, CNN, BBC, Scientific American, Foreign Affairs, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Wired, Reuters, Quartz, The Caravan, Forbes India, The Indian Quarterly, OPEN, Tehelka, The Indian Express, Fountain Ink, India Today, Mint, The Week, The Sunday Guardian and Entrepreneur India.
Among the non-profits I worked with are Greenpeace India, Oxfam India, The Clinton Foundation, Teach for America, Worldvision India, HLFPPT, India HIV/AIDS Alliance, Public Health Foundation of India and Wadhwani Foundation.
Corporate clients include Facebook, Apple, CFA Institute, Sanofi Aventis, Systra, Roli Books and Keolis.