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What you wanted to know about me: my interview for Shaadiography

Well, again a bit about me…:) People keep asking me: how I came to India, why I love the country, how I managed to come here and bring my Dream to become true.. So now I have pleasure to present my  interview what I gave exclusively for “Shaadiography” and represent here… Enjoy reading 🙂

 my interview for Shaadiography

Dear Katia, we at Shaadiography really like your work and the fresh perspective that you bring to Wedding Photography. Tell us about yourself and your journey until now.

Thank you very much 🙂 Well, we have to travel 20 years back where my story began. I was brought up watching my Dad work as a Photographer, not all his life but it took few years of him to go really deep into. It was my first encounter with Photography. What I really learnt from him was to be brave and fight for your dream. Not to care too much about inhibitions and people who are trying to restrict you.

We can see that you love being in India. What made you move to India?
When I reached the age of 16 I became kind of a “spiritual” person. At least I became a Vegetarian (continue to be one) and came to know about Krishnamurti and other teachers. Fanaticism is big part of my nature, this way I got to know about India and my interest turned to Anthropology. That time our family could not afford travel so my dedication to my new passion made me collect every book I could find on India and I started reading a lot about this lovely country.

the moment before turning to a wife

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“WHO YOU ARE?” or 21 odds about me

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Today I got an anonymous msg, asking me to answer only one question: “WHO YOU ARE?”

That’s nice, dude! I would love to answer your question once I will get some idea about it!! Hmm.. but all day long…I kept myself busy to figure out the answer somehow…

If someone will ask you same question (or, who knows, one day you will ask yourself), will you put down

all that typical job searcher stuffs like profession/nationality/gender? And what if one day you will decide to change your gender? Will you stay same person as before?

The trick is you will never really realize that now you are 840 breaths older than you was an hour ago.

I found myself confused. At the same time there is always other side of the coin. Like, as I believe, my “likes” and “dids” dropped me right where I am now, and todays attraction will lead me to the bright, fascinating tomorrow (Hello, Karma!)

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