Rajesh Vora is a Mumbai-based photographer focused primarily on architectural and cultural subject matter. He graduated in 1979 from the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, India, where he developed an interest in documenting peoples and regions that are threatened by change. His architectural photography has appeared in Domus (India), Architectural Design (India), Inside Outside, Dezeen, ArchDaily, and COLORS, where he contributed for fifteen years as a photographer, researcher, and writer. His documentary photos have appeared in numerous publications, most recently Kinetic City & Other Essays (2021), Working in Mumbai: RMA Architects (2020), and The Architecture of I. M. Kadri (2016). He has exhibited photographs in group shows in New Delhi, the Canary Islands, The Netherlands, France, and the United States. His ongoing personal project, Everyday Baroque, first appeared as a solo exhibition in 2016 at PHOTOINK, New Delhi. This project was reconceived as Everyday Monuments in 2022 for Surrey Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada.