Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Harikrishna Katragadda is a Mumbai based photographer whose work explores communities, environment and personal memories. Using long-term documentary approach, he works with alternative photographic methods to incorporate found materials in images. He graduated with a Masters degree from the University of Texas at Austin and started his career as a photojournalist in New Delhi. He has published and exhibited internationally and has received the 2018 Invisible Photographer Asia Art Award, India Habitat Centre Photosphere grant, the Media Foundation for India prize and the National Foundation for India fellowship.
His photographs have appeared extensively in print and online publications including Fountain Ink, India Today, Caravan, Vanity Fair (Italy), Vogue (India), Stern, Geo, Missio Aktuel, Internazionale, Greenpeace and BBC.
Fluent in English, Hindi and Telugu, he is available for assignments worldwide.
2018 - Art Award , 2017 - Focàs India-Scotland Award , 2017 - Bob Books Photobook Award, Runners up , 2016 - India Habitat Photosphere, 2014 - 1st Prize, Photo Essay, 2012 - Visual Journalism Grant, 2005 - Special Recognition, 2003 - Visual Journalism Fellowship
- Breaking news
Malana is a small isolated village in the Himalayas in India. This village is mainly known for its cannabis fields and hashish. The village faces an increasingly losing battle against the onslaught of power projects in the Himalayan region.
Clients: BBC, Fountain Ink, India Today