“From young I was told that people and places change but a photograph could freeze time in a single still. My father told me photographs are one of the most precious things we have in our possessions, in due time they become irreplaceable memories. From that day on the meaning of photography changed to me, I wanted to keep my irreplaceable memories and share them with others.”
Krish, age 24 is a London based photographer. Her interest in photography branched off from her love of art. She began to take photographs from the age of 12 and at the age of 15 had her own camera which accompanied her around the world.
“I think I was born to be an adventurer, I’m so curious about the world. I want to see it all, new place, new people and new worlds. I’m very grateful that in my life I’ve had the opportunity to travel all around the world, but there is so much more to see. My list of places to visit is never ending!”
At the age of 20 Krish began to work as a freelance photographer. She continued to develop her skills in her home city, London. In 2013 she became the first female president of City University Photography Society.
“During my Bsc Economics photography wasn’t just my hobby, it became my escapism. Behind the view finder I was at ease, it made me look closer at everything. I started to appreciate life more. I wanted to document everything I saw and combine my love for travelling and photography. Travel photography made use of landscapes, people, cultures, customs and history. I wanted to share my stories with everyone and anyone who would listen and see.”
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