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My first trip to India this past month was pretty much what I had expected. Delicious, heart-wrenching, exhausting, shocking and magical.


I was overwhelmed by the intensity, the noise, the pollution and by the richness of the culture, flavors and people. I had never seen such a deluge of humanity. I wanted to try to capture those emotions, with a whimsical hand and a loose street-photography style. I wanted to show the warmth of people but also the intensity I felt in my first 10 days in this country.
 This confluence of emotion made me incredibly curious to know and understand more. To try and grasp the history, cultures, and politics of this massive country. How it came to be where it is today, from the Indo-Aryan people, to the rise of Jainism, Hinduism and Buddhism through the massive empires and the onslaught of European and Russian conquests.


Riding Royal Enfields through the Munnar Region and Anamalai Tiger Reserve we spent 10 hour days on the motorcycle through a magical countr…

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