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Drum Machine (Meerut, Uttar Pradesh)
For over one hundred years Nadir Ali & Co have been making weddings across the sub-continent come alive with their brass instruments. I travelled to Meerut to capture a glimpse of the secret techniques passed down through generations. Here a worker puts the finishing touches to a drum frame.
Salt & Pepper (Pushkar, Rajasthan)
Two superbly groomed gentlemen sit on a street corner at Pushkar Camel Fair, Rajasthan. The contrasting colours of their moustaches remind me of two essential spices, salt and pepper. Their facial expressions reveal their different characters but they complement each other perfectly.
Shivling (Gangotri, Uttarakhand)
The immense Shivling (6543m) emerges from the clouds and dust at Gaumukh, the spiritual source of the Ganges. The landscape has altered dramatically over the past decade as the glacier retreats due to climate change.
Under The Ever Watchful Eye (Meerut, Uttar Pradesh)
An employee at Nadir Ali & Co in Meerut works under the watchful eye of Mr Nadir Ali himself, framed on the wall behind him. The legend surrounding the company’s founder remains strong and the business has stayed in family hands.
Let the grains fall where they may (Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra)
Kamda is a small settlement deep in the protected forest of the Melghat Tiger Reserve.
I was there to see the community gain access to electricity for the first time thanks to a solar powered mini-grid.
Feeling Myself (Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai, Pune, Maharashtra)
The octagonal Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai market in Pune is over 500 years old. There’s an air of calm to be found here and the excellent quality of light has established it as a place I love to visit.
The Creator's Myth (Meerut, Uttar Pradesh)
Each employee is a master at their workstation. Most have worked at the factory their entire life, starting their apprenticeship as young as thirteen years old. Today however there are very few young workers, as the allure of factory work loses its appeal and demand for the instruments decline.