I am an enthusiastic photographer based on Auckland’s North Shore.
I have held many exhibitions and my work has featured at the Auckland Festival of Photography, North Shore Library, the English Observer, The One Community Chronicle and the New Zealand Herald.
As a member of the North Shore Photographic Society, I won joint first prize in an Australasian wide Photographic Society competition.
I was chosen Best of Year in the Advanced group at the Auckland Photographic Society.
Initially being influenced by photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau I became and still am a passionate Street Photographer, aiming to catch strangers engaged in their daily activities.
I love the documentary concept of catching people in public places, during a moment of truth, spontaneously, revealing their character, personality, spirituality and inner self.
I also enjoy the art of Impressionist photography using strategies of asymmetry, cropping and blurring of motion.
Through experimenting with impressionism I became absorbed with the effect, not just of light, but also of reflections and it’s another artistic activity I very much enjoy and one I am happy to share.
Project: A Celebration of Indian Life - Surfacing the Unseen
I started this project to evaluate and document the integration of Indian families in the Auckland community and the similarity of Indian life here against that of India.
I will exhibit my experience and images during the Auckland Festival of Photography from 15 July until 03 August, 2020 at the Depot Artspace in Devonport
Images for Sale
All images presented are for sale; please email for pricing.
I normally use Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper, UV anti-reflective glass and acid-free matts, but this can be discussed.