Originally from India, I have always been drawn to the wonders of nature.  After moving to America to get my degree in photography I began to seek out and document epic landscapes around the world. In 2017 I trekked to the base camp of Mount Everest. From 2018 onwards I traveled across America to capture the national parks with my camera. 

My landscape work often explores the relationship between land and sky by increasing the  dynamic range and compositing images from multiple times of day. This technique allows me to better capture the relationship between light and shadow that I experience. I seek to show a semblance of the wonder of nature through my images. I am exploring this deeply in my latest work, Twilight Hours. In this series I am photographing mountains during sunrise and sunset and compositing the images to show the similarities and divergence in light.

Nominee in Nature - 13th Annual Black & White Spider Awards

Selected for Photoville exhibition in Brooklyn Bridge Park 2017