“There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.”
— Robert Frank
DSM Andrews, a commercial and travel photographer, and a video producer specializing in documentaries is based out of Delhi/NCR, India and has been in this field since 2013. His work on the Pushkar Fair being published in a coffee table book and magazines, and his short films being selected for the Yes Foundations Social Project are testaments to the high level of quality that he brings to his profession.
Having travelled across India – from Ladakh to the Andaman Islands – he has worked on a wide range of assignments for a variety of clientele, including the Delhi Government Art Department. He has a heart for people who are looked upon as outcasts by society – the destitute, the mentally challenged, and people in poverty, which can be seen in his work with several Non-profits (NPOs) and Non-government organizations (NGOs), seeking to shift the perspective of society and aiming to recognize that it is humanity that binds communities together.
With a passion to portray the endeavours of people and organizations that work towards uplifting downtrodden communities, his photographs and films communicate emotions and disburse knowledge about people, organizations and destinations.
“I strive to compose aesthetic and highly creative pieces that are visually captivating and deliver compelling stories. Ultimately, the goal is to highlight the humanity of each captured moment, be it in a photograph or a video.”
The spirit of giving is a cornerstone of his passion; a portion of his earnings are directed towards supporting and partnering with organizations that work towards the upliftment and transformation of individuals in slum communities of Delhi/NCR.