Stock Photography Nepal is a collection of visual content and a community for photographers on the path to finding themselves and their genre. SPN aspires to be the link that connects photographers of all stages and ages and to create a platform where they can share and find the finest photographs, photo stories and videos, thus also building a visual-content portal to the past for the future. We hope that SPN can act as a stepping stone for aspiring photographers and become an inspiration for fellow members--amateurs and professionals alike--as we endeavour to support photographers and their works from across the country.
In this pursuit to curate the pool of undervalued, yet remarkable works of art (in photography/videography), SPN, in an effort to contribute to the pool itself, has been working to document and promote many underrated places of Nepal. Our country is indeed blessed with innumerable interesting sights and untold stories, myriad of cultures, and more, that we want to (and we all should) explore and capture--after all, there’s more to what ‘interesting’ means than just the mountains. .
Worked for Tuki Nepal, Raleigh International, Ujyalo Foundation and Practical Action under the project collaboration of Build Up Nepal to document the process of building earth-brick homes and also the brick-making process.
Documented (videography/photography) the organization’s project of rebuilding houses (post- earthquake) in Gorkha, Nuwakot, Rasuwa, Melamchi and Dhading.
Created a video advertisement (with content) related to the project.
Documented (videography/photography/write-up) the case studies of freed Kamaiyas in Bardiya and Banke
Documented (videography/photography) and developed content (photo book and six online magazines) of the project’s progress in Doti, Dadeldhura, Banke and Bardiya
Documented (photography/write-up) the success stories of women collectives and cooperatives in Doti and Bardiya
Documented (videography/photography) the process of building houses using earth bricks, or interlocking bricks, in Gorkha, Nuwakot and Rasuwa
Created three different videos demonstrating:
Advantages of earth bricks
Production process of earth bricks
Construction of earthquake-resistant houses using earth bricks
Faithful to the brand’s Persian cultural roots, Golran has consolidated its editorial status over the last few years, with a dedicated range harnessing luxury craftsmanship and decorative merit in a contemporary key. This has paved the way for contemporary carpets, no longer simply vehicles for fashion and taste, and for the technical refinement and great aesthetic comfort dictated by increasingly sophisticated decorative schemes. Since the launch of its Carpet Reloaded collection in 2008, featuring an innovative process of decolouring and re-dyeing vintage carpets, Golran has brought out its own contemporary collections, informed by creative interior design and design figures coordinated by Francesca Avossa’s art direction studio.
Headed a team of volunteers (Believers) for a 10-day winter clothing drive to parts of Barpak, Laprak and Gumda VDCs in Gorkha, and documented it (photography/videography)
Organised winter clothing drive in two more places (Kerunja VDC in Gorkha, and Rasuwa) after the completion of the first clothing drive.
Miss pink which is considered as a beauty pageant now was initially took place in 2004 just to promote for safety measures such as Condom and Lubricants.
Now, the name not only stands for promoting safety measures but also become as an opportunity to LGBTI members to show own hidden talents and to show the outside community that we are equal and have equal human rights. We have come so far from the back and have changes in the perception of community members and we will continue it. The peagent which have touched many lives and leads to an inspirational peagent for every transgender women. A day which entire world celebrates against transphobia and homophobia i.e.may 17 is choosen to conduct miss pink from 2007 where large number of audience and participants has been increased every year.
If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
Simplicity is the glory of expression.