I am totally self taught. I had dedicated myself to studies and travels until I was twenty five and one day, I decided it was time to be more faithful to myself and tap into creativity through different mediums, but I focused on photography, I bought a camera, started to play with it and I quickly got opportunities to shoot for clients in the art and music industry in Bombay.
It’s just been a story of learning on the spot, a ‘fake it till you make it’ I would develop my skills and experiment more to meet clients expectations, which has been great because it forces you to go out of your comfort zone straight away.
Till date, my photography evolves with the environment I’m in, the difficulties and technicalities I have to deal with, the people I meet, clients, photographer friends… It’s in constant evolution, it’s a never ending learning process. As they say: ‘The more I know, the more I know that I don’t know’, which is a good thing because it keeps you on your toes, and it keeps the game exciting.