British born photographer Taran Wilkhu’s career traversed travel, fashion, film and television before he discovered a passion for lifestyle photography. Of Indian heritage, Wilkhu lived in Japan and studied language and sociology before returning to the UK to take up architectural photography at London College of Communications.
“I love the process of researching, composing and connecting with my subjects, if I want to evoke a strong emotional response to my work then essentially I must have a strong emotional connection with it in the first place”
Taran has launched two books: Segal Close and Walters Way in 2018 , ‘An opinionated guide to London Architecture” on 2019 published by Hoxton Mini Press.
Shooting architecture, interiors and lifestyles for editorial, commercial and advertising clients globally, Taran’s work focuses on exploring the interaction between people and space in the built environment. He has had work featured in many publications such as Elle Deco, Vogue Living, The Times, Guardian, The Telegraph, Dezeen, Wallpaper* and Monocle to name a few.