I have always felt that a person's face is a map of their life's experiences and this is especially true of creative people. As a Photographer I find it fascinating to try and decode the map. However, I do feel that the reading is eventually the Photographer's take on the person rather than a true statement of the person's character. These portraits are my 'reading' of these fascinating personalities.
Dinesh Khanna, a professional Photographer for over 20 years, and co-founder of Nazar Foundation and the Delhi Photo Festival. Besides doing advertising, corporate and editorial assignments his personal work has been shown in various solo and group shows in India and around the world. He has also published 2 Photo Books called 'Bazaar' and 'Living Faith' and is presently working on 2 others - 'Benaras. Everyday in Eternity' and 'Mothers & Daughters.'