Islam, Everyday, Pakistan
River Life, Climate Change, Bangladesh
an anthropologist thinks with her images
The person I called Farooq Sahib in my earlier work on Pakistan
Iqbal and Jinnah in one setting
Javaria wanted to be photographed but preferred not to show her face.
But the children weren't as camera wary.
Gulburg Mosque at night.
The transition to the river from the city couldnt be starker.
Waiting for the morning ferry to catch a ride to the mainland.
Saleena,sandwiched between her sister-in-law and nephew, smiles wryly when I ask if they mind that I take their picture.
For some reason I call this picture the three Jacks.
I learnt about the tremendous heterogenity of surfaces and textures
I transition to studying global climate governance as it roams around the world.
Noah's Arc at COP15 in Paris.
The streets drip with critiques of the global climate negotiations.
Out of gallery