Perhaps there never has been a more important time when visual medias should take the front row in serving the environment and humanity.  At a time when major global challenges, from climate change to never-ending wars and terrorism, have queued up and pose serious threats, the visual medium can help to put focus in the right direction. 
The primary focus of these photographs is to portray the various environmental, cultural and social elements that can draw attention to problems or apprise events and efforts that can motivate. The works have tried to encompass different subjects from climate change, gender biases to cultural and social events that exalt humanity or give a glimpse of its diverse nature.
Love for travel and the urge to experience different social, cultural and environmental affairs and events motivated me to take up photography and use it as a mode of expression to portray the facts, events and stories. I guess, I can call myself an independent photographer who is keen on doing documentary and journalistic photography, which can preserve reality and serve as a dialogue for the present and the future.
I was born in 1983 and I live in the city of Kolkata in India. I studied engineering and have a B.Tech degree in Mechanical stream. Currently, in the field of photography, I am working on a story on the Bahuroopis (chameleons) of West Bengal, and on a long term environmental project in Sunderbans.​​​​​​​

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