On a January morning in 2013, my dad got me my first DSLR, and that was the day my life changed entirely. Photography allowed me to interact with people and my surroundings in a way I couldn't earlier. With an engineering degree, I decided to change trajectories in 2017 and applied for photo schools worldwide, and got accepted into the Newhouse School photography program at Syracuse University.

At Syracuse, I discovered my passion for video and as part of my Master's project, I produced a multimedia series, "Living with the wild," focusing on India's animal-human interactions. Currently based in Rochester, NY, I lead Video as part of the Global Marketing team at Kodak Alaris.

I'm interested in working at the intersection of tech and art and producing authentic stories about people, organizations, and products that make a difference. When I'm not working, I love to read about history, watch documentaries, standup, exercise, and share memes on social media.
email - ronsinhaphotos@gmail.com
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