The Mezzanine Project is a new and evolving series of photographic images exploring the aesthetic abstraction and ideology of modernist public spaces.
Within these submissions as a whole I see the role of global industrialization.
I express myself through painting and I believe that this media is ideally suited to capture the American cheerleaders that I am fascinated with at the moment.
These images are part of a series that currently has over 300 images to date.
Parry en las Calles (Party in the Streets) is an ephemeral project that requires public participation.
I have always had a fascination with paper.
The ‘Alone Home’ project was completed on a recent trip back home to Chennai (India) after a period of 3 years living abroad.
My current work is an exploration and interpretation of the human body and the space it occupies.
My plastic work mainly focuses on the Feminine, the Intimate, and the Intimacy with the Self.
These images are all made with a 4×5 view camera.