Ashesh's story-telling abilities, combined with his conceptual eye, can create more than just a simple documentation of a social or corporate event.
As a Corporate and Industrial photographer based in Mumbai, he understands the need to communicate what a business leader symbolizes and what the corporate concept communicates, so the images reflect the company narrative.
As a Panoramic Photographer he specializes in Customized immersive photography or one can call it as Virtual Tour of any business. He is also certified photographer with Google for Google Street View.
He is also accustomed to collaborating with art directors, communications professionals and creative who are seeking a corporate photographer in Mumbai or anywhere in India for their design projects, branding concepts or annual reports. There is a range of conventions and aesthetic that he can draw from to distinguish your leadership.
Our corporate photography rates are based on a project-by-project basis but we are competitive with photographers of equal merit in Mumbai. Upon signing an estimate/work agreement we require a deposit to secure our commitment for your corporate photography project, the remainder of which is due within 15 days of completion of the work.
If you are looking for corporate headshots in Mumbai he can provide you with clean well lit portraits for your corporate media and web sites.
Ashesh Shah can be commissioned for assignments through - out Mumbai and India for Annual Reports, PR, Marketing Materials and Brochures, Corporate Events, Industrial Shoots, Product Photography, Company Publications, Websites, Catalogues, Resumes and Press Releases.
Ashesh also freelances for Indian magazines like Business Today, Business World, ITP publishing and People Matters, Mint (HT media).
1966 born, Mumbai bred Ashesh Shah is a commerce graduate from Bombay University. He however, cut his teeth in news Photography , beginning his long career with the largest selling tabloid in Mumbai, MID-DA ,most respected Magazine INDIA TODAY than at JASUBHAI DIGITAL MEDIA and last job at Mint Newspaper (HT Media).
Ashesh Shah is a recipient of The UNESCO Asia Pacific Cultural Center’s photo-contest, Award for Excellence, Japan, held in July 1999. His pictures were showcased in the Times of India Guide Book on Bombay. His pictures on the plague epidemic in western India in 1994 was carried as a double spread by TIME magazine, and on Mumbai riots (after the demolition of Babri Masjid) in ASIA WEEK in 1993. He held a successful photo Exhibition on 'Children' at Max Muller Bhavan Mumbai, human- interest pictures being his forte.
He keeps himself abreast with the economical, cultural and political development in the country. He likes to maintain physical fitness and is an avid listener of Indian Classical music.