The invitation sent by vinod for his wedding was amazing, and it conveyed his 5 yrs of love story, their roaming locations and finally their success. He is working with us for couple of years now, and almost the whole of our office went and wished him on the reception day.
I promised him to [...]
Shooting a live event has always been interesting and most demanding. I was doing a film with the band – The Bicycle Days at Counter Culture for Time Out Bengaluru and incidentally shot some images from the live performance. The team is awesome. Amazing energy. Lively. But, may be for me, classical is better than [...]
Ya hooooo…. I’m back on my blog after a long time.
Thanks to Timeout Bengaluru, for facilitating this opportunity. Yup, in continuation to their 4th Anniversary Celebrations at Bangalore, TOB organised a Live show at Counter Culture in Sep 2012, where the Band “The Bicycle days” played Tele-drug Zombies song as Timeout Bengaluru Anthem.
When i happened to watch a belly dance performance at Alliance de Francaise couple of years, i didn’t carry my camera to capture the pretty movements of these dancers. But, this time around at the Chowdiah hall, i made sure, i had an entry and a camera permit. Some of the images from the dance [...]
In spite of all my dislikes for Indian Independence Day, I enjoyed and celebrated this year in a small village in Tamil Nadu with some primary school kids. Shooting these children with 3 great qualities (Innocent, Ignorant and Independent) that are very specific to the remote villages had been a great experience. Kids are [...]
The eighth edition of the International Jawa Yezdi day celebration was held at the Kanteerava Stadium, Bangalore. The event was organized by the Bangalore Jawa Yezdi Motorcycle club. The Jawa and Yezdi bikes were well known for their reliability and an amazingly low cost of maintenance. The bikes that turned up on the celebration were [...]
I was lucky enough to capture moments from Bangalore Fashion week season 1 and season 2. Thanks to the PR tag attached to me at both the occasions. Here are few images from behind the scenes.
Mahendraraj, a Tamil boy and Deepa, a Kannada girl married this May in Bangalore. Few of the images in monotone, though the South Indian wedding is a colorful celebration.
Suv’s wedding was one of the interesting weddings i have attended in the recent past. The rituals were performed as a combo of Kannada and Malayalam traditions.
The night weddings of North India are completely different from the ones from their south counterparts. The girl is supposed to be waiting in the mantap and guy usually joins late after the Barat.