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- Avinash Pasricha has been photographing the performing arts since 1960. He was the photo editor of SPAN magazine from 1960 to 1997. Over the last four decades his photographs have been widely published in National Geographic and Life and he also made audio-visuals on Indian dance forms and on renowned musicians Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, Begum Akhtar and Kumar Gandharva.He has co-authored several books on Indian dance including Odissi, Kathak and Kuchipudi, Rhythm in Joy, Pandit Kumar Gandharva, Pandit Birju Maharaj, Kumar Gandharva and Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra.
- Ashok Dilwali, is a renowned photo-artist who manages the prestigious family photographic concern, Kinsey Bros, whose field of specialization is studio portraiture and commercial works but Himalaya remains his first and foremost obsession. He entered the profession in 1977 and did a lot of portraiture and commercial work all along. In 1979 he first ventured into Himalaya and got attracted to it in a very big way. The quest to publish one book ended in twenty three titles so far and two more titles are being worked out presently.
- Dileep Prakash studied history in Delhi. He worked as photo editor for major business magazines in India before giving up a full time job to set up his own practice. A considerable part of Dileep’s personal work navigates memory and history. His fascination for steam locomotives began early when he traveled between his boarding school and home. By mid-1990’s most steam engines had been phased out and he photographed some of the last steam trains. His project on the Anglo-Indian community led him to the far corners of India, making portraits of a community in twilight. Since 2007, Dileep has been photographing boarding schools built by the British in colonial India. He began this project at his alma mater Mayo College, a school built in 1875. This body of work is published as a book and is being exhibited at Photoink titled What Was Home at Photoink, New Delhi.
- Hardesh Dhingra With 23 years experience in advertising photography, Hardesh Dhingra likes shooting in a controlled studio environment. His fully equipped 16,000 sq. ft. studio in Manesar can handle any size project, from small still life set-ups to large automobile productions. Over the years the studio has worked with top Indian advertising agencies and has shot for brands including Coca Cola, Pepsi, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Honda, Suzuki, GM, Hyundai & Kingfisher, to name just a few. Hardesh provides complete in-house workflow from capture to post production on all images.
- Karen Knorr, an American, was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and is currently living in UK. Karen has taught, exhibited and lectured internationally, including Tate Britain, Tate Modern, The University of Westminster, Goldsmiths, Harvard and The Art Institute of Chicago. She is currently Professor of Photography at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, Surrey, UK.