This series explores “Who I May Have Been” if I would have continued in past romantic relationships.
The Mezzanine Project is a new and evolving series of photographic images exploring the aesthetic abstraction and ideology of modernist public spaces.
I like to take photos, and meld them in some instances, in order to portray a play on words or a phrase.
Within these submissions as a whole I see the role of global industrialization.
In the past year, I have come to terms with a newfound gender identity: genderqueer.
Long before my BA in Fine Arts from a New York College in 1999, I have enjoyed the creativity that fills my mind and fuels my passion; at sometimes overwhelming me.
Each day I wake up, I feel surrounded by the world’s magnificent beauty.
Self Portraits from my Resurrecting Ophelia series.
Each of the three pieces seen requires a reflective, thoughtful experience, all in different ways.
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.