Sanjeev is a digital content developer in Toronto, Canada. I loves creating things in various mediums and as of late, photography has been his creative escape. As he continues exploring this art form, he constantly strives to push himself out of his comfort zone. Complacency kills creativity, push boundaries, try something new, and never be afraid to be creative!
WHAT'S INSIDE YOUR LANGLY?
Macbook Pro, Canon 6D, Sigma 35A f1.4, Canon 16-35 f2.8, Canon 50 f1.8, Canon Speedlite Transmitter/Flash, Amaran Halo Light, Joby Gorillapod Mini, Aukey External Battery, Moleskine Notebook, Pens (ink/ballpoint), Battery/Charger, Zippo, Ray-bans and Orient Bambino.
WHAT MOTIVATES YOU TO EXPLORE?
Doing something out of my comfort zone has been the theme of a huge chunk of my adult life. I've been slowly breaking through some of the difficult layer of shells that I have used as a cushion for a long time. I channel this energy to try something new everyday.
WHERE DO YOU FIND YOUR INSPIRATION?
Mostly through architecture, film, fashion, poetry, break dancing, parkour, music and technically anything that makes me move internally, contemplate on life and act positively.
FILM VS DIGITAL?
I mostly shoot digital - though I didn't delve into too deep film after highschool, I still have my father’s Canon SLR and Yashica FX-3. I had the luxury of playing with the film camera as a kid and there was definitely something ritualistic about replacing the film and ...
WHAT'S YOUR MOST MEMORABLE PHOTO?
When I met Moustapha (@capturedbyma), an ambitious 16-years-old, had been asking to shoot with me for about six months but schedules never met. One day I decided to skip out on my lunch and create with him and he inspired me to shoot again when I hit a slump.