I am a traveller and photographer with an avid thirst for social documentaries. Since a young age I have had opportunities to travel, helped by my curiosity to learn about other countries. For me, the student days were the best time to cultivate better understanding of people from different parts of the world. There is nothing more exciting than to be in a far off environment trying to uncover its secrets and photograph the people. I have hitch hiked across the US, got lost in the Amazon forest, danced with tribes of Omo Valley and feasted with Nagas of India.

Man from Dhurva tribe, India

Although I enjoy shooting portraits and landscpaes, what I really like is capturing stories of people and documenting small events; from cultural rituals to daily life activities. In recent years I have dedicated my photography on documenting social issues.

Nomads in Kyrgyzstan bread, eat, herd and ride horses. They are superb horsemen always competing to show off their skills. Here a rider picks up a note from the ground at full speed.

My exhibitions which I organise from time to time are mainly based around these projects. If you are a charity and would like me to get involved in your work as a photographer then please feel free to contact me. Most of the projects are self supported.

Exbibition at Oxo Gallery, London

Some of my photographs have earned me awards in International Competitions and have been published in Journals and magazines. Many of my museum quality prints are on the walls of private collectors. My prints are sold individually or as a collection. Profits from any sales go toward the charity I work with and if possible also pay for my other projects which are self- supported. For more on my prints please see my work on B&W and Gumoil prints.

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