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Amit and Naroop have achieved a great deal in a very short time. In the first stage of their career they took the world of urban music by storm. They are the photographers (and often video directors) of choice for many of the genre’s biggest stars and their client list includes Wretch 32, Tinie Tempah, Tinchy Stryder and Alexandra Burke. They are West London boys, brought together on a shoot for a mutual friend, a musician, Amit as photographer, Naroop as art director. The shoot was a big success, exceeding all expectations, and they realised they shared a very special creative chemistry. The partnership was born. Now they have broadened their horizons. They are still passionate about music but their work has expanded to embrace advertising and publishing as well as actors, comedians and sportsmen, all interpreted with their characteristic passion and intense visual style. Their personal work is currently focused on Singh, a series of portraits of Sikh men that celebrate the Sikh look of turban and beard. Singh has already featured in the Creative Review and Amit and Naroop plan to exhibit it in London later in the year. Their other projects examine the Olympic legacy for kids in Newham, document a Sikh festival in West London and focus on the grass roots of boxing.