About 2019-05-29T15:40:15+00:00

Aspect Ratio (AR) Magazine is a London-based online publication with a discerning international readership interested in contemporary photography, ideas, issues and personal stories presented in a greater depth.  

AR is produced by an editorial team of established working photographers, writers, and professionals from other creative backgrounds, who are free from the commercial demands of schedules and ratings. So each photo-essay is released when it is ready, to maintain a continuous flow of quality articles. Moreover, we are unafraid to experiment with the format to suit the strongest presentation of the content.

AR includes photo and written projects, interviews, stories, and photographers’ profiles. We publish photographers who want to inspire readers and show them a fresh perspective about the regions they work in or a raw idea they have developed. 

AR welcomes submissions from all photographers and writers – aspiring to emerging to established.

Key members:

Sapna Dhandh-Sharma, Lead Editor, is a photographer. She specialises in Travel Documentary, Portraiture, UNESCO World Heritage and Archaeological sites in South-Asian region, and National Trust properties in England. She takes the credit for conceptualising, designing, writing and research. She lives  in London, UK.

Vic Sharma, Editor, Speaker HPD, Fellow ISMM, Master ISM, Trainer-Coach NL Psychology and Leadership. In his spare time, he volunteers for mental health and for other disabilities’ charities and organisations. He is involved in interviewing and writing for the magazine. He lives in London, UK.

Richard Dieguez, Contributing Editor, is an attorney-artist who uses photography to promote the appreciation, visitation and conservation of historical sites and open spaces. He helps with editing articles, and, in some cases, translation from Spanish to English. He contributes to Ground Glass. He lives in New York, USA.

Sheetal Chopra, Researcher and Copy-editor, is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist (MSc Anna Freud Centre, University College London), with a Professional Affiliation with Indian Psychoanalytical Society and Rehabilitation Council of India. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in the subject. She helps with research and documentation besides doing psychotherapeutic work, paid and voluntary, with children and adults. She lives in Bangkok, Thailand.

Sophie Malavika, LRPS is an ungraduate photography student who helps with selection of photos, archiving, and photo-editing work. She enjoys documentary and fine-art photography. She also contributes to Ground Glass. She lives in London, UK.

Rakshit Patel, IT expert, takes the credit for developing and managing the AR site, and ongoing site and server support. He lives in Ahmedabad, India.

Other members who assist with the magazine work, including selection, archiving, photo-editing,

Andrew Ramsbottom, Nadia Guarez, Garry Archer, Matt Barker and Julia Chadwick