I am a freelance fashion & fine art photographer and filmmaker based out of Delhi and pursued my graduation from National Institute of Creative Communication, Bengaluru. My work is influenced by my fascination with cinema and the way a story could be interlaced within disparate ideas or to overlay a relationship between objects in an experience or event that expands into a broader meaning. I always gains my source of inspiration from photographs of Gregory Crewdson, Guy Bourdin, David LaChapelle, from the films of Wong Kar Wai and David Lynch‘s music.
This series of photographs are inspired by the objectification of women in the patriarchal society that we live in. Women as a group are reduced to the stature of mere tools for men’s purposes. Women are often treated as an object of appetite, it involves the lowering of a person, a being with humanity, to the status of an object. Humanity is what distinguishes humans from inanimate objects. There’s isn’t any such thing like ‘male objectification’, as the word only exist for women who respond to societal pressures in a certain way. So in my series of photographs I have altered the two roles and delineated men as common commodities. Its inspired from a perspective of an independent and strong women and is a rebound of a practice with the complete submission of supremacy.