Photographer Interview: Manjari Sharma
Manjari Sharma contacted me about her latest work “The Shower Series”, a project that Manjari says “began with me and a fascination of this light, color, texture in my own space…” I’ve selected a few of my favorite shots from the series below.
There was a spiritual aspect (with the use of water and natural light) to them that immediately struck me and I love how this series raises questions in my head about their context.
D&B: Where are you from?
I went on to win a few more competitions and was awarded an Outstanding Achievement award upon graduation. I freelanced with the Times of India for a bit, and then got a job as a photojournalist with a photography magazine called Better Photography – similar to PDN but in the South Asian market.
I returned to India to reconnect with my roots and then made my most recent move two years ago to NYC. I shot and photo assisted through this journey meeting friends and mentors along the way that encouraged me to follow my voice chase the dream harder.
Read previous interviews with:
George Pitts (NYC)
Neelakshi Vidyalankara (London, UK)
María Fernanda Hubeaut (Argentina)
Elia Alba (NYC)
Jaime Permuth (Guatemala)
William Vazquez (NYC/Puerto Rico)
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wow I love your work..
I saw her work on Nymphoto last week. She's an excellent photographer and I love her shower series. Great interview too!