Randhir Singh is an architectural photographer based in New Delhi, India. With a BArch from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York and 15 years of work experience as an architect, his photography practice is focused on issues related to architecture, modernism and the urban landscape. His works have been widely showcased at leading photo festivals, galleries and art summits including the Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai, Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur and the Dhaka Art Summit. Some of these include, ‘Water Towers’, a series exploring industrial architecture and urban landscape and ‘CPWD’, an on-going project looking at government housing colonies in New Delhi. Randhir has collaborated with the artist Seher Shah on a project, titled ‘Studies in Form’, exploring the overlaps between photography, architecture and drawing. Earlier this year, his work on the modernist site IIT Delhi showcased a contemporary perspective six decades after the project was built, drawing in issues of inhabitation and architectural materiality.