Rajan Adhikari Photorgaphy

Rajan Adhikari – an evolving photographer

I am a Nepalese photographer currently settled in London. From childhood, I’ve been fascinated by light, reflection, and colour. At the age of 8 my parents gave me my first camera and when I picked it up and looked through the lens, I was transcended into another realm. From that moment on, photography became my passion. My second camera, a Nikon D810, was given to me by my lovely wife. This little black magic box allows me to hide behind it yet focus through it to record that magical moment, leading me on, compelling me to grab the image and capture the next one.

Tree in Horsendon Hill

Tree in Horsendon Hill

Dusk time

Dusk time

Through a camera I communicate visually. The experience of recording a moment in time, whilst standing still, is exhilarating. Photography changed my perspective of viewing what I was seeing and transformed my life greatly. It has enabled me to show others what I see differently, constantly looking at a different angle, being creative but true to nature, promoting industry, thrilling people and … always learning!

I enjoy taking pictures of architecture, landscapes, portraits, and nature using light and casting shadows to emphasize and make pictorial statements.

Building lines

Building lines

Locally summer

Locally summer

Venue

Eyes on the Common, 4 Station Parade, Uxbridge Road, W5 3LD

Exhibiting times

Saturday 7th Sept — 9am to 5:30pm
Sunday 8th Sept — 10am to 5pm
Saturday 14th Sept — 9am to 5:30pm
Sunday 15th Sept — 10am to 5pm

Wheelchair accessible: TBC