Stay // Shalini Villa A modern hideaway in the rolling, tropical hills of Unawatuna built by the assistant of the Godfather of Tropical Modernism, Jeffery Bawa. A short walk to the beach and a short tuk-tuk ride to dining, shops and to the historic city of Galle. Complete with a full staff to cater to your every whim, swimming pool, board games and tropical wildlife right in your backyard. You cannot not stay here. (Photos and details here from my recent “Where we stayed” post.”) Unawatuna, Sri Lanka www.flipkey.com... Read The Rest →
There is a little place about a thirty-minute drive from my house here in Chennai, where possibility and opportunity unite and magic happens. I’ve taken a lot of photographs in this city in the past two years. I’ve painted a picture of my days here and have wandered most every neighborhood from left to right and top to bottom in this sprawling city of over 9 million residents. Villages set end to end are painted with color combinations so vibrant and unthinkable. At the end of one such road, lies... Read The Rest →
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Think of Pondicherry as the little pearl and South India as the swirling hologram of a shell that houses it. Toted as “The French Riviera of the East” by some, this former French colony sits quietly along the Bay of Bengal. Made up of small enclaves, the former “White Town” is a slice of French architecture, design and chic sensibility next to it’s Tamil brother Chennai, known always for the color, spice and beautiful chaos. The charm lies deeply in the interconnection of the two. From the city of Chennai,... Read The Rest →
This is my big brother. This is his wife. I love them and the opportunity to photograph their engagement on my trip home to the Pacific Northwest in June.
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I took her to the beach so she could experience the very same great space that it opens up for my heart and my mind to gaze upon it; to give her a place she can always go to listen quietly to her heart. // Minolta x-700, Kodak Portra 160, The FIND Lab.