Documentary photographer with a background in International Development, Alisha is an inter-disciplinarian who has spent time working in areas of geography, environment, gender, rural development and photography.
Her photography practice seeks to explore the human-environment relationship, while understanding interdependencies that exist between ecology and life as we know it today.
Through her work, she seeks to build empathy towards communities and ecosystems that inhabit earth, with the hope that people can be persuaded to be more introspective about the choices they make.
Currently, she is working to build a body of work that examines perceptions, narratives and lore surrounding weather.
Majority assignments undertaken by her are for non-profits and foundations that work in areas of agriculture, rural development, gender equality and rural livelihoods, education, sport; with the hope that her imagery will help raise awareness and funds for the impactful work being done by these organisations.
With over 10 years of arts management and small business experience in USA and India; working on exhibitions, publications, print production, digital asset management, workflows and hiring; she actively consults small businesses to streamline workflows and optimise processes.