When I arrived in the US to study photography, I went through quite a cultural shock and identity crisis. I had never been abroad, and my mind was not set to become an artist. I found that shooting landscape pictures helped me to get familiar with the new environment, I was drawn to the exotic scenery in Memphis, the American landscape. Later on I became unsatisfied with just landscape pictures, I wanted some story happening in my images. So I started making photos with people in it, and it was the next project I released called Stills from unseen films. But I felt those images, though visually interesting, didn’t have much of myself in it. They are not unique. I want to make some photos which only I can make, so I started Experimental relationship. By that time, I found myself again.