=== Our Photographers ===

Gallery at Smokeless Cookstove Foundation is an attempted ode to the beauty of Indian communities, their kitchens and cultures, Our Mother Earth and its elements of mud and fire; to the facets of Rural India which has been captured through the lenses of some of the talented photographers who have graciously lent their time and skill on a voluntary basis.

Rhea Gupte

As a photographer, Rhea explores her interests in fashion, travel, still life, portraiture, interiors and abstract forms. She works on varied commissions in this space from creating imagery for fashion campaigns, lookbooks and editorial stories to freestyle street photography capturing the essence and aesthetic of a place. www.rheagupte.com

Gopal MS

Creator of a popular blog and Instagram handle ‘Mumbai Paused’. Documenting multiple facets of the city through the lens of street photographer Gopal MS, best known for his distinct hashtags and chronicling of political and religious imagery, has been a volunteer and creative consultant to Smokeless Cookstove Foundation right from the inception stage. His work can be seen here – @mumbaipaused on Instagram

Shad Fatima

Shad Fatima (Dilshad) is from Bhopal currently based in Ahmedabad. Her expert areas are practicing abstract art, video (documentation) and photography. Her work can be viewed on  http://shadlityani.wixsite.com/artist

Aangi Shah

Aangi Shah, is an Architect by profession, and photographer by passion – based in Mumbai. She has been photographing marginalized communities and under privileged subjects for various projects and academic work since 2012. Her expertise lies in Humanitarian Photography.  Aangi has worked with organizations such as CRY, SMILE, Sparsh etc and her photographs have been published in several projects reports including the Mumbai Port Trust Proposal report, The Voice of Malabar Hills and other academic research projects. You can get a glimpse of her work on https://aangibshah.wixsite com/image-word.
 
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