I have an innate love of stories. And this is the reason what drew me to photography. I believe storytelling matters—it heals and teaches; it inspires and resolves; it enchants us as well as enlightens us. Since then, this has been a core pillar of my career as a photographer.
The aim of these projects is to reveal universal truths about humanity by sharing real stories of human struggles and their eventual triumph. Through these meaningful stories we see how very different people share the same life experiences and how human nature can transcend culture.
I STRIVE TO CREATE
WORK THAT IS HONEST AND
Throughout my journey as a photographer, I always look for something that I really care about and create human-centric projects that has positive impact. Connecting people through my photographs has many interesting challenges but that’s the kind of work I expect and it keeps me up on my toes. For me each project presents a fresh opportunity to do great work. No matter what the need is, I will always push my creativity to the limit. In unavoidable times when a client isn’t ready to do something bold, I will still tackle the job the best I could — working within whatever limitations that come with it.
Each project, no matter how small, deserves utmost creativity and quality – in insights, ideas, and in production value. I care about ideas that are honest, serve a good purpose, and human-centric. Something that culturally and ethically gives consideration to society. This dynamic is, in a sense, a higher-order element of what makes a photograph engaging.