Tag Archives: Photojournalism
By kainazamaria | Published: July 16, 2012
India’s The Sunday Guardian recently ran a collection of my images from the Parsi community in their newspaper. Here is the text that I wrote which accompanied the photo essay: Even to an American Parsi, witnessing the lifestyle of a faithful Zoroastrian in India is a novel experience. Though I grew up reciting the same […]
By kainazamaria | Published: April 24, 2012
To cope with the hard times, millions of families have pulled together — stacking two, three, even four generations on top of one another. NPR’s Morning Edition has begun an eight-part series titled “Family Matters” which explores the lives of three multigenerational households struggling with issues of money, duty and love. I’ve had the pleasure […]
By kainazamaria | Published: April 15, 2011
I had the pleasure to team up with New York Times reporter Vikas Bajaj on a story about a proposed 9,900 MW Nuclear Plant along India’s Konkan coastline. I think no matter where I go, there will always be an energy story to cover – from coal mines in Appalachia to hydrogen-fuel cell SUVs in […]
By kainazamaria | Published: April 5, 2011
I recently spent a day with Atma, an NGO based in Mumbai, India, making images for their upcoming annual report. They work to address the issue of quality education for underprivileged children and young adults through a unique three-year consultancy model. An NGO to NGOs, may sound redundant in theory but it makes complete sense […]
By kainazamaria | Published: April 3, 2011
No captions necessary. INDIA WINS THE CRICKET WORLD CUP!!!
By kainazamaria | Published: March 31, 2011
Recent work for Radio Netherlands on the Dandi March II, an anti-corruption march held worldwide. I covered the march held in Bandra, Mumbai on Saturday, March 26th, 2010. Freedom fighters, who once marched alongside Gandhi, attended the march stating India’s modern fight is against political corruption. Go to the Radio Netherlands piece to read the […]
By kainazamaria | Published: May 25, 2010
Fourteen days on the road. Over 1200 miles traveled. Thousands of images taken. The journey along India’s Grand Trunk Road, with NPR reporter Philip Reeves and producer Nishant Dahiya, was an extraordinary adventure filled with unexpected moments. From the epic ghats of Varanasi to the daily mayhem of the Wagah border ceremony, India’s humanity, the […]
By kainazamaria | Published: May 18, 2010
I had the pleasure of traveling along India’s Grand Trunk Road with NPR reporter Philip Reeves and producer Nishant Dahiya. We drove nearly 1200 miles talking to a wide swath of youth, who make up the majority population. It was an unforgettable two weeks. India’s younger generation is at a really interesting time in history. […]
By kainazamaria | Published: April 5, 2010
Sometimes you wonder if anyone out there cares, and then you get this nice surprise. Thanks Multimedia Muse for the kind words and the continued inspiration.
By kainazamaria | Published: March 6, 2010
New home. New friends. New sounds. New smells. New challenges. New highs. New lows. New insights. New Website. Never a dull moment.