Nurturing Bonds

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At Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, Kenya, a caring elephant keeper tenderly hand-feeds a milk bottle to an orphaned calf. The silhouetted interaction between the elephant-keeper’s hand and the elephant calf’s trunk is a moment that speaks volumes about compassion, resilience, and the ongoing battle for wildlife conservation.

Elephant calves arriving at this refuge have been left orphaned or abandoned due to factors such as drought, conflicts between humans and wildlife, displacement from their natural habitat, and the tragic consequences of poaching. Each calf carries a heart-wrenching tale, often marked by the devastating loss of their mothers and families.

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary stands out as the first elephant sanctuary owned and operated by indigenous communities, dedicated to rescuing and nurturing orphaned elephants with the ultimate goal of reintroducing them back to the wild. Moreover, Reteti has empowered Samburu women to become the first female elephant keepers in Africa, instilling hope in young girls aspiring to careers as veterinarians or elephant keepers.

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The option to purchase this image as a digital download is available exclusively for friends of the Oceanic Preservation Society. This limited-time offer is available from October through December 2024.

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From Global Roots to Unearthed Truths

Asha was born in India, raised in Oman, and lived in London before settling in the U.S. Her multi-continent, multi-cultural, global experience was a clear predecessor that fed her insatiable curiosity – and the inspiration for her defining Twizted voice.

As a rare breed, she’s truly mastered the art of metamorphosis in body, mind and soul. In her first adult incarnation she graduated Magna Cum Laude from ASU and pursued a vibrant career in the hospitality industry. Then, she grew new wings. Ever intrepid and intrigued by the unknown, she launched and helped grow a thriving e-Commerce technology company with her business partner, proving herself as an entrepreneur and demonstrating both the skills and resolve required of a woman intent on succeeding in a male-dominated industry.

In 2014, she boldly stepped into uncharted territories again, starting a new venture, Twizted Myrtle, in pursuit of her undeniable thirst to confront and create consequential social change. Few understood why she would leave behind a burgeoning e-Commerce business that served marquee clients like Amazon, Samsonite, Viacom, Pokémon, Red Bull, Taylor Swift and other household names – all during the pinnacle of a successful career.

The impetus for leaving the traditional business world for a less conventional path was intensely personal; a deafening voice and inimitable force inside her told Asha that she needed to contribute to the world in a very personal and life-changing way. Asha found herself in the throes of depression and new depths of loneliness. She was acutely aware her “success” was empty. Like many, she had lost her soul in the daily grind of chasing unhappiness.

Ironically, during this time, her depression revealed spiritual clarity; it connected her to the struggles of others who face the same suffocating walls of relenting darkness. Photography became a sacred respite that unleashed a strident voice; like a caged tiger set free, she could never again return to the confined existence dictated by society.

Twizted Myrtle became the multi-pronged platform to confront social issues that we’ve been plagued with for centuries. To break free from these vicious circles, she challenges what we accept, without question, as “wisdom,” and our conventional way of thinking through artistic means – provocative writings, thought-jarring podcasts and captivating photography.

Bringing a refreshing curiosity with the unique empathy of a true global citizen, she speaks with an open mind and unfiltered honesty on a host of issues where most would fear to tread. Her work compels us to see and think differently to help unlock our mindsets from self-imposed limitations. In doing so, she seeks to help people break free from the invisible chains that enslave us as oblivious prisoners. 

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