The Barber Shop.
I’ve recently been glued to the work of Alex Webb whose use of layers, light, and composition have opened up an entire new world for me (yes, I’m late on this I know). It’s been a challenge to start paying much more attention to the fore and background of a scene/subject to help create images that take the viewer deeper into the photograph. I’m excited to start some personal projects that will help me focus more on this and hopefully improve my ability to work with many more crucial elements of storytelling. This was a photograph from my trip to India this year that I felt held a bit of these elements but again, there are about 1,000 things I would want to change about this… Time to hit the streets.
Gates of India.
I went to India to document the places my parents had grown up in. It was a trip I will never forget. This image was taken in a village near where my dad’s old home was.
Inspector. Ahmadabad, India.
One of the temples I visited from a recent trip to India.
Painters at the vintage village.
All that remains of my youth.
Mosquito fogging in India.