Souradeep Roy, born and brought up in Kolkata, West Bengal, is a trained photojournalist and documentary photographer. He has completed graduation in Mass Communication and Journalism from Asutosh College, Calcutta University and has been trained in photojournalism from Udaan School of Photography under world renowned photographers such as Arko Datta and Atul Loke. He has worked with several Non-governmental organizations and corporate houses as a freelancer and is currently working as a full time photojournalist in Asian Photography Magazine (India).
A girl collects water from buckets filled by the local municipal authorities, Mumbai, 26 May, 2014. People in the area still have to pay for clean drinking water as there is no proper purification system in place.
A man looks on as a ship is broken down near a ship wrecking yard, Mumbai, 29 June, 2014.
A vegetable seller covers his face as fumigation is carried out near his stall, Mumbai, 14 May, 2014. According to recent media reports , India has recorded almost 570 deaths from brain fever which is caused by eating or drinking contaminated food and water, from mosquito or insect bites and even through breathing in from an infected person.