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Lost in Translation | Executive Portrait

Mr. Peter Schuller is the global IT services director at McKinsey & Co. from Dusseldorf. He embodies what we could refer to as an ‘executive on the move’. He spends a large part of his life in transit between hotel rooms, the taxi to the nearest airport and the departure or arrival terminals.  Picking up luggage […]

Street Food of India, Femina magazine India Special, October 2010

Every city is a unique combination of tastes. And these are not served in air-conditioned restaurants, but on the street, where hungry citizens can grab a plate on the go. This is functional food, sold and eaten at a frenzied pace. And you really haven’t visited till you’ve tried these local favourites. You can’t leave […]

Indian middle class

The growing middle class is the face of the Indian upswing.  Excellently trained, ready to perform and happy to consume, the young social climbers liberate themselves from the burden of the past. But what do they believe in? What do they dream about? What keeps them going? These are the opening lines for the feature […]

Panipuri on Morning Calm

A few weeks ago I showed some pictures from a shoot I did in Mumbai about Panipuri, Mumbai’s famous street snack. This month the story, written by Sally Howard, is published in Morning Calm, Korean Air’s online magazine. Read if if you fly with Korean Air, or see the preview here.

A blessing, a curse, and some editorial fashion work

I am often asked what ‘kind’ of a photographer I am. A photojournalist? a commercial photographer? a food photographer? am I a wedding photographer? travel? lifestyle? what is it exactly that you do? This might not be a smart marketing strategy, but i have always refused to get into any of these boxes. I am […]

Portraits of two Indian artists

I recently had the pleasure of meeting and photographing two of Delhi’s most famous artists, Jatin Das and Anjolie Ela Menon, on an assignment for The Wall Street Journal. Jatin Das, born in 1941 in the Mayurbhanj district of Orissa,  is acclaimed for his dynamic human figures. He also has a unique collection of over 5000 hand fans. See the article […]

Indian Summer

The west may be over weathering economic misery, but young Indians are partying like it’s 2009. Sally Howard clinks a Moet to the subcontinent’s future in this spring 2009 edition of UK’s Soho House magazine, with some images form my series ‘India’s Shopping Mall Generation‘. “This generation wants to do everything now. They work hard, […]

Arise – a musical fiction-documentary

Jule Japhet is a French artist working on a project she defines as a musical fiction documentary. She is currently in India finishing the shoot we started last year in Mumbai’s Dharavi slum. Shooting the project in time-lapse (Interval timer shooting) on my Nikon D700 and HD video (the amazing George Kurian on the HD […]

On the streets of Kolkata 2

Following the shoot in Kolkata last month with freelance journalist Jacqueline Lang, who conceptualized and orchestrated the two stories for the Australian magazines (Good going Jacqui ;-), here is the publication from Grazia magazine (PDF Courtesy Grazia magazine AU). click the image for a larger view.

On the streets of Kolkata

i’ve just come back from Kolkata (previously known as Calcutta) form a shoot for a couple of Australian magazines. Not my usual thing actually, a kind of a celebrity shoot in India for women’s magazines. it is funny how these things happen. Anyway, we spent some time doing our thing but both magazines wanted some […]