The time has basically come to experiment and practice great food photography. Arvind reflects back on an age old recipe that still makes his mouth water and yet being so easy to put together.
I had the pleasure of photographing an incredible person that has always been a supporter of our initiatives. As one of our earliest students - he is well aware of the journey we've taken. I therefore found it quite fitting that he should start off our blogging run as well as the style of images we're looking to populate our blog with.
In August 2015, I made a trip to India and spent quality time In Mumbai (or Bombay as I would eventually refer to it to show that I was a local). This is a day spent in the Southern part of the city which I found quite exciting and which had a lot of British architecture. This post represents some of the lessons that I wanted to share with my students.
Spending time in Kenya, One of my favourite photographers and best friend - Tobin Jones invited me to accompany him to Mount Suswa which was only a few hours away from Nairobi. It would be a good time to leave as Nairobi's horrific traffic would only be significantly worsened by President Barack Obama's visit. In the end, we found a world that cared little for power and prestige and I was fortunate to get some incredibly beautiful photos in the making.