Jakarta, Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia
Oscar was born in Jambi on August 31, 1983. He discovered his passion for Photography while he was pursuing his bachelor degree on communication science from Atmajaya University Yogyakarta. He was aware that there are a lot of things worth to share in this world so he chose photography as his media.
In October 2008, Oscar received a Grant from the Art Network Asia(ANA) to enrich his knowledge in a photography Workshop At Singapore International Photography Festival. In November 2008, he received another opportunity to join a workshop for Young Photographer Asia at Angkor Photography Festival.
Oscar now works as a freelance photographer for editorial coverage and reportage.
His ever-evolving works can be seen in the following media and publications:
World Society for the Protection of Animals, New York Time, Guardian, Resurgence Magazine, Australian Associated Press, Getty Images.USA Today, Independent, LIFE, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, etc.
2010 - Konrad Adenauer Fellowship
- Breaking news
- Military embed
sustainable fishing culture
Tuna Fish get cought by hand-line fishing method in Buru Sea, Wamlana village, Maluku Province on November 14, 2015. People in Wamlana Village, Buru Island using hand-line fishing method this tradition has existed from the 16th century. Hand-line method is a selective and more sustainable way to catch tuna. (Oscar Siagian/Greenpeace)