A Misty Morning in Delhi

My first introduction to India has been everything I could have hoped for. It's crowded and manic, the horns from the crazy traffic never stop beeping even at 3am, you take your life in your hands every time you get in a car, and I just want to photograph every cow snoozing lazily in the middle of everything.

When I'm working overseas I usually find myself heading away from the city and into the poorer neighborhoods or slums. There's so much life to be found on streets where every front door is open and looks directly into the bedroom. Animals live right in the thick of it and children run wild all over the place.

I feel so fortunate to be invited into these people's homes on a foggy January morning, given tea, and allowed to try and capture their life on film.