About This Website
This website will be used as a lens through which I can give you insights on my artistic endeavors, ranging from photography to technical creation. I believe that art and technology are not as distanced as many believe and are increasingly heading on a path of convergence. Using this website, I hope to provide you with an image of the world and its myriad details through the lens of my mind. I absolutely love photography and digital art and have been creating since 2009. As to the title, why The Seventh Line? There are seven main wavelengths of visible light, and each roughly corresponds to a color. However, it is in the blending of these sections, the infinite possibilities of combinations, that the true beauty of the color lies. Similarly, art is an extremely broad way of describing human expression and understanding, and it is in the shades between the broad strokes of our comprehension and creation that beauty is existent.
For those who would like to know, I currently live in San Diego, California. However, I resided in Pune, India for about 7 years prior to my move to San Diego. I am 20 years old and was born in 1995. During my stay in India, I began to appreciate more the layers of expression contained around me. As a photographer, I love to find the hidden details of the world and expose them using my photography and writing. As a creative coder, I endeavor to challenge the bounds of art and leverage the power and innovative potential of technology to do so. The world exists in layers, and art as a field is all about investigating these layers. In addition to photography and technology, my interests include dancing and reading. For my high school, I studied in a UWC, an educational initiative designed to unite people from all over the world. Its name is the Mahindra United World College of India (MUWCI, pronounced mew-key). For my higher education, I am currently attending the University of California San Diego.
My equipment is as follows:
Nikon D90 DSLR
Nikkor 18 – 55mm f/1 : 3.5 – 5.6 Lens
Vivitar Series 1 28 – 70mm f/1 : 3.5 Lens
Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 G Lens
Tamron 60mm f/2 Macro Lens
Tamron Adaptall 70 – 220mm f/1 : 4 Lens
Yahica Electro 35 GSN Analog Rangefinder
Sunpak 6200PG Tripod
Thank you for visiting the site and I hope you find many stories within the art here.