In the 1990s, I was approached by a magazine to design a magazine, but my idea was a bit too far-out.
In 2000, I decided to give a few shots at a real gun club to the then editor, A.K. Bhullar.
A year later, I got my first assignment.
It was a simple magazine called Gun Club, written by two friends from the same family.
We named it after the sport of shooting – a bit of a pun on the sport’s name, Gun Club of the Stars.
I loved the idea of having a magazine about shooting and I loved the brand.
We tried to keep it as casual as possible, with a focus on shooting.
It also gave me a chance to meet people and shoot a few times, which helped me with my writing.