A collection of architecturally inspired images—a study of form, mass, line, texture, light and shadow, as well as the fragility of the human-built environment, the poetry of decay. Images from the U.S., England, Spain, Belgium and New Zealand. 2008, 136 pages.
I began photographing in 1994, following many years as a Hindu monk, writer, and academic scholar. With no background in the visual arts, photography appeared serendipitously and soon absorbed my full attention. For me, the essence of photography is found in the pure pleasure of seeing: the experience of opening a more patient, contemplative, intuitive, imaginative eye to the world. It’s about surrendering to the strange synergy between quiet receptivity and probing curiosity -- appreciating the “suchness” of things, while experiencing their complex resonances within personal consciousness. Moving about the world with a camera opens my eyes and mind to the beauty, strangeness, and mystery of it all, while crafting images in the darkroom provides a means for communicating my wonder and delight. My work can be found in many private collections. Most images in my books are available as original photographic (silver-gelatin) prints. Feel free to contact me via my website.
India in a Mind's Eye Publicado 14 de agosto de 2014
The Soul of Beauty (large format) Publicado 27 de septiembre de 2013
Luminous Bodies (large format 12x12") Publicado 03 de diciembre de 2012
Luminous Nudes Publicado 18 de agosto de 2012
ARTIFACTS, MYSTERIES, HIEROPHANIES (large format 12x12") Publicado 27 de marzo de 2012
Luminous Bodies (small format 7x7") Publicado 12 de marzo de 2012
The Female Gaze Publicado 13 de enero de 2012
ARTIFACTS, MYSTERIES, HIEROPHANIES (small format 7x7") Publicado 03 de enero de 2012