Photos from the opening of Giselle exhibition

Back in January I opened my first solo exhibition, Giselle: A story of love, deception and forgiveness. The show was at “More Words”, is the newest extension of Words bookstore café in Budaiya. This series is a behind the scene documentation of Giselle ballet.  The exhibition was at display for 3 weeks. Opening night was on a wonderful Wednesday 13th of Jan 2016 […]

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Foundry photojournalism workshop in Bali

I finally made it to the Foundry photojournalism workshop in Bali. I have been eyeing it for years but I never managed to squeeze it in my busy calendar. This year I was determined to make it happen and I did!   And the real work begins. Two days to find a story and work on […]

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INSIDE INDIA – Photographic exhibition

I’m very happy to announce that my work will be displayed at an upcoming exhibition in Bahrain. I will be displaying my ‘Sleeper Class‘ series which I took last year in Ajmer railway station India.   The Shaikh Ebrahim bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Center is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition by four Bahrain based photographers […]

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Lavender crush

I was in a land where all I saw, touched, smelled and even ate was lavender. I have a lavender crush which I don’t seem to be getting over any time soon and honestly I don’t want to overcome it. I was chasing lavender fields with a group of photographers during Bryan Peterson’s Provence workshop. […]

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My Portfolio Website

I finally launched my photography portfolio website. It took a year for the idea to come to reality with lots of trials and errors and many detours along the way ! I finished the minimalist design/layout of the site some time back but it took me weeks to decide on what to include and more importantly what not […]

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Sleeper Class (Video)

Sharing my first Audio Slideshow from my last India trip. Sleeper class is the budget class in Indian Railways and described as ‘Best value for money’ class. It is not air-conditioned and mostly used by locals. I spent some time photographing Sleeper Class windows and waiting areas at Ajmer Railway Station in Rajasthan India. The […]

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The return

I’m back from an unforgettable journey through India where I spent 2 weeks spread between Srinagar Kashmir, Ajmer Rajasthan and Delhi. I took part of The Travel Photographer Sufi Saints expedition workshop we concentrated on visiting Sufi shrines of most respectful Sufi Saints in India. It was a different experience visiting shrines and meeting Sufi worshipers from Delhi to […]

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Zanzibar old Slave Market

Continuing my Zanzibar Travel guide journal with a visit to the old Slave Market in Stone Town. This wasn’t a planned visit I was shooting in the Darajani market and walked around the area then I stumbled upon the sign of the former slave market. Even though the former slave market is a small touristic place (a […]

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Holi: Rang de Bahrain

Every year, thousands of Indians participate in the festival of Holi. It celebrates the beginning of the new season, spring. Originally, it was a festival that commemorated good harvests and the fertile land. Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying spring’s abundant colors and saying farewell to winter. What is Rang de Bahrain? The […]

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Zanzibar Coffee House

I have been asked by friends to share my favorite places in Zanzibar and therefore I decided to start posting a series of travel guide tips to share the must visit places in Zanzibar or at least what I think is worth visiting from my own experience My favorite coffee shop in Stone Town is “Zanzibar […]

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