Frame the Star: The Urban Hunters Edition–Mumbai

 
Nrupen Madhvani

Nrupen Madhvani

Nrupen Madhvani

Nrupen Madhvani has spent more than two decades as a photographer. “I’m still evolving and learning. The passion for creating images is still alive and clicking! However, because of my restless nature, stagnation would creep in if the canvas was restrictive. To prevent visual rigor mortis, I try and cover as many different genres as possible, and my portfolio reflects this. At the same time, I also try and eliminate those elements that constitute ‘visual clutter.’ Most often, I tend to go for ‘less is more’ and I think this simple philosophy comes through more in my personal work.”

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

Photograph/Nrupen Madhvani

You can find more of his work here.

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