Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Ronny Sen is an independent photographer based in Calcutta, India. He has been awarded by the Sony World Photography Awards, National Geographic Magazine, United Nations, Powerhouse and The Forward Thinking Museum. He represented India at the World Young Artists Event in Nottingham in the year 2012 following which he was nominated for the Magnum Emergency Fund by the Magnum Photos. He won the Jenysys Creators in 2012, and was invited on an artist residency programme in Japan by The Japan Foundation. He made his first artist book “Khmer Din” which was shown at the Photo Book Fest during the Paris Photo in 2013 and at the National Museum of Singapore. He won the first red frames award and was invited for a master class at the University of California in Berkeley. Recently, he photographed the Indian General elections in 2014 for the United Nations and Fabrica, Italy. Right now, he is working on his next book and his first video project.