Sunday, April 27, 2008

Horse Races at Lonestar Park

I bet $2 on horse #2 Illuminique on race #2.... I lost! :)

Rohit and Nam placing their bets.

One of the horse ushers.

Tufts University Alumni watch the horses from their private suite at the race tracks at Lonestar Park.

Testing for 2nd Khan in Muay Thai

Dan Addison, 33, Jose Moren, 27, Nam Nguyen, 25, and DJ Herrera, 14 all competed for their second Khan on April 25, 2008 at the Arlington M.M.A. (Mixed Martial Arts and Extreme Fitness).

Nam finishing the wrappings on his hand.

Nam, DJ, and Dan wait for their turn during the testing.

Front kick?



Mid attack.

punch, punch, kick.... (its from a video game... :) )

Cage sparring.
After two hours of testing, Dan pauses for a moment while Nam starts to unwrap his hands.

The Muay Thai group.

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Audio slideshows... and a premature launching of my website...

So heres two slideshows as well as the launch of the new website.... I thought to myself... bigger is better... bigger = super long loading times... I'll find a compromise I hope! (a few minor tweakings... some of the images are still pixely looking...)

India audio slideshow for Global LAB a non-profit that sends gap year students abroad...

Pigeons... not my best work, but I promised to share it...

Attempting to play with lights at work... my coworker Don.

Friday, April 4, 2008


I've been using my wide lenses too much... time to start changing it up a lil bit.

Random side note, I've started editing my most recent audio slideshow. It involves pigeons, Hindi translations, and rooftops. It's not as successful as I had hoped for it so far... but the night is still young! :)

Vignetted view

I love my 20mm lenses and how it vignettes! :) Tis my bro on the tennis court.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

What did I do for a week?

What was I doing in Delhi? Not quite sure, time flies when you are having fun! :)

Bhabhi filling up the seven bowls with water as an offering to the gods.

Im a nerd, I like this, a tree being used as a key holder at a parking lot.

In order to have Mutton Brain Curry, you must first go to the butcher and have him retrieve it from the sheep. (the cat stole our brains... sounds like and odd sentence... it's actually true!)

Zoeyba riding in the back of the Gypsy on Holi. (I just like the light... looks like some commercial photograph to me :) )

Sid (?) checking himself out in the mirror after being attacked by pink powder first thing in the morning.

At first I resisted getting powdered, but I've observed that its more like you take turns coloring each other as a friendly gesture. (not so much of running away as I started out the day doing!)

Random colorfulness with Amit, Zoeyba, and Sid.

The sequence of color in your pants shots... :)

As a photographer, I like to be invisible... apparently I was not and aided in this bicyclist getting powdered! :) (he was smiling in the sequence so the "attack" was friendly :) )

Gorem gets a face full of yellow powder thrown on him while visiting his sister's house. Holi is primarily played among friends and family members, who travel to see each other to celebrate Holi together.

I like this picture because he has such a mischievous look on his face!

Sid turned purple at one point in the day...

Flying powder at Amit's auntie's place.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008


In the month of March two of my favorite photographers were laid to rest. Larry Burrows and Philip Jones Griffiths.

Burrows, who with 3 other journalist had been lost since 1971 when their helicopter was shot down over Laos during the Vietnam War, were finally laid to rest.

Griffiths, who actually prompted me to start this blog (when I met him and didn't realize who I was talking to) passed away in his home in London.

RIP Larry Burrows and Philip Jones Griffiths.
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