Dear readers,

Being back on the blogosphere after two months feels weird. I think this is the longest time I have ever been away from my blog. Anyway, given the circumstance we had with the earthquake and the aftershocks, doing blog shoots in the middle of that was a total far cry situation. Also, my absence had a lot to do with my hectic work schedule following the earthquake. My studio was closed for weeks after the earthquake, and the absence of my staffs made it very hard to deliver work and operate business. I am sure it’s the case for many who run businesses of any sort in Nepal.

Well, the damage hasn’t been extensive in our area compared to the other affected areas, especially those closest to the epicenter of the earthquake. Fortunately, there are also so many areas in our country that has escaped from the effects of the earthquake like Bardiya, Pokhara, JUmla, Dolpo, Lower Mustang, Upper Mustang, Palpa, Lumbini, Chitwan and many other regions.  Nepal’s economy is highly dependent on the tourism industry. So I urge my readers to not be misguided by the idea that it’s not safe to be here right now. Our lives have gone back to normal. If you are planning for a holiday, visit us and you will be helping Nepal get back on its feet.

For today’s post I have decided to concentrate on a project I did with Honda Activa. It was shot last year and because it was kept confidential at the time I couldn’t write about it. The commercial has been launched a few months ago and it is screened in many venues. I am sure many of you in Nepal may have seen the advertisement in shopping complex, malls and movie theatres. The agency involved in the commercial was Avanya Advertisment Agency and they wanted a casual look for the Honda girl. The concept behind this advertisement was to portray Honda Activa with ordinary Nepali girl, who is casually stylish and fun loving. The featured girls for the advertisement were our amazing three Miss Nepal 2014. We shot at three different locations, and we had an amazing time.

Love & Luck