“When reflecting on the history of photography there are a lot of men that come to mind, but for each one of those men, there is an equal woman. Throughout the history of photography, women have been underrepresented and overlooked. Recently there has been a greater acknowledgement of their contributions to photography both past and present.
I completed my engineering like yet another kid. My parents are government employees which made me think of becoming a civil servant. I was, meanwhile, focusing on the civil services examinations. However, I wasn’t lucky enough to get through it – but fortunately, I’m settled worked on my passion which has become my profession now!
I’m a Photographer, with experience of more than a couple of years. I have always had this energy on clicking scenes, my friends and sceneries; moreover, it turned out to be beautiful and creative.
A few people from my circle suggested me to become a professional photographer. Initially, I was a little hesitant to move forward with what I love to do, but later, after seeing my growth in the photography industry, I opened up to my family and friends that I am a photographer and a cinematographer as well.
In the beginning, I took pictures using my mobile and discovered that I can do it better if I had a camera. With my allowances, I bought a camera and that’s how my professional journey as a photographer began!
It always takes time to decide on a long term goal but once decided, it is more important to stick with it and work on it better.
During the lockdown, I acted as a bridge between the chefs, caterers and those who were looking for meals. I connected them for free meals services which truly had given me the opportunity to explore more happiness mixed with satisfaction.
I was more of a vibrant personality, and never reveals challenges to anyone unless it needs to be addressed. I take life easy and simple.
Each body of my work resembles a significant vision of how I look into the world and how I want the world to sight it.
I know I’m standing on the shoulders of giants to even be able to say this, but what it means to me is to not be labelled as a female photographer, but rather a photographer.”