New Delhi, Delhi, India
Mansi Midha is a Delhi based photographer with a background in Communication Design and a formal education in documentary photography and classical photojournalism from The International Centre of Photography in New York City.
Mansi has carved a niche for herself in documenting social issues and telling stories of human interest working with several International and Indian NGOs and Aid Organisations.
When not photographing, Mansi remains true to her passion by involving herself in various administrative and educational roles within the photographic community.
Mansi was awarded the prestigious National Media Fellowship for the year 2012-2013 for her work on girl-child education in India. In 2014, Mansi Co-Founded Q&M Visuals, a visual agency that works on a variety of photo-video projects for corporate clients.
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- Still life
- Video capture
Shabnam, 13, dropped out of school when she was married a year ago. She will continue to live in her parents’ home, spending her days doing household chores, until she unites with her husband at the age of 15. Though she would like to continue studying, she is resigned to the fate of not having the right to decide.