The Kashmir Analogs - Blog

“The Kashmir Analogs” is a visceral blog series depicting experiences from a 2012 trip to Eastern Kashmir. Partnered with Nelson Guda on an international peace and conflict studies project (The Enemies Project), Alex documented the life, land and conflict present in Northern India and Kashmir. Together they interviewed and photographed hundreds of individuals ranging from, X-militants, Saints, Politicians, Families and Women to Nomadic Tribesmen. Fine Art prints from this series were galleried in August, 2014.

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Gallery Exhibit – August, 2014
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and why they were chosen.

Houseboats

Houseboats

It’s early evening now, I’m exhausted after another long and hot day traversing Srinagar and the surrounding areas to meet people for Nelson’s project. I’m sitting in the airy front verandah of a houseboat, watching the sunset over the sheet-metal roofs of the stilted...

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McLeod Ganj

McLeod Ganj

Thought I would give you all an update on life in McLeod Ganj... McLeod is the uppermost section of a larger urban area called Dharamsala. It's a haphazard network of rugged streets and allies that follow the steep terrain of the hill it sits on. From most places in...

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