About

For as long as I have lived I have had people tell me that if you do what you love, you won’t work a day in your life. I never truly understood what that meant until I held a camera in my hand for the first time. I quickly felt my heart turning ablaze with passion. The way I could freeze time for eternity. The way I could capture an innocent smile or a mischievous grin. The way one click could pause the gorgeous colors of a sunset. I had found what I loved to do in that moment and I couldn’t stop.

Even though I am currently an undergrad at the University of Oklahoma and my major is computer science rather than photography, I already know where my heart finds happiness. It’s only in the comfort of my camera. It’s a skill I inherited from my phenomenally talented father. He has been my inspiration and my role model and I can’t thank him enough for it.

Since discovering my love for photography, I have worked incessantly to master my craft. I am proud to say that I have not only mastered Photoshop skills, but have also perfected editing pictures and dabbled in creating graphics. I can even design a website if needed. Thanks to pursuing a degree in computer sciences, I have mastered these talents as well. I enjoy creating media from scratch whether that be a logo, a website or anything else. I feel that my ambition has driven me to become the expert in all that I do.

What’s next, you ask? Well, it’s quite simple. If you take the time to glance over the gallery that I have provided through this website, you can be the judge of how far I have come. I would love to use my passion to capture the important moments in your life and to help you make them unforgettable. If you find my work even the slightest bit capable of grasping your attention or impressing you in the slightest, contact me, Munish Hirani.

Together we can capture the silver lining in every one of life’s moments. Have a wonderful day and thank you for taking out the time to look through my gallery!

 

–   Munish Hirani

    Silver Moon Media

      “Capturing the Silver Lining”