Monthly Archives: August 2010

Floods in Pakistan

Before & After – Pakistani flooding as seen from space: an explosion of water!! “You’ve probably seen the horrifying pictures of the 20 million victims of Pakistan’s unprecedented flooding of the Indus River. But this image from NASA’s Terra satellite really drives home the extent of the devast…ation wrought by rising water levels.” Before After […]

Back to Chitral

I recently had the opportunity to spend a month in Pakistan, which is something I haven’t been able to do in the past ten years. I decided to make yet another trip to Chitral, which turned out to be a trip of a lifetime. Below, I have attached a few of my favorite pictures from […]

Relief 4 Pakistan 

Kalsoom Lakhani is the Director of Social Vision, the venture philanthropy arm of ML Resources. Social Vision essentially provides the seed funding and support for innovative initiatives and social entrepreneurs/enterprises in their earliest stages. A few days ago, ML Social Vision, in partnership with Pakistani Peace Builders (PPB), a new initiative of Pakistani-Americans and concerned […]

Shukriya, Pakistan!

I recieved a message yesterday from a friend who works at Interflow, Karachi. She asked me to check out Ufone’s Ad for Pakistan Day and I didn’t have any time to look at it. I finally got a chance to check it out right now and the ad has left me speechless.   Yes, Pakistan isn’t perfect. Yes, […]


My cousin just sent me a link, which directed me to the comic above. His exact words were that “this reminded me of you” and he was absolutely right. It’s my second week on the job and there is so much to learn with such little time.  I’ve been to a few commercial shoots, worked on […]

To Cab or Not to Cab?

If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you’re probably already aware of my love / hate relationship with cab drivers in Dubai. Dubai is not particularly pedestrian-friendly and cabs are the best way to travel around the city. They are relatively cheap and can be found outside hotels or hailed almost anywhere around the city. […]

Faisal Mosque

Danish Farid Khan, my cousin, recently made a trip out to Islamabad and took some great shots. This one, in particular, was one of my favorites. CDA didn’t allow him to go inside Faisal Mosque with the camera but he still managed to take this amazing picture from a distance. Thought I’d share it with […]