Zoral Khurram Naik is an award winning Pakistan based photojournalist and documentary photographer. He graduated with a Bachelors in Design from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture where he majored in graphic design and did a minor in photography; his forte, and now primary medium of expression. His work, driven by his curiosity, investigates the stereotypes that surround many social injustices. Through his work, Zoral aims to create empathy and encourage a plurality of discussion around his chosen topics.
Zoral's photoessay titled Burnout - a long form piece about the various complexities surrounding the Karachi Fire Department, for the Express Tribune - earned him the Agahi Award in 2018 and the ADA Award in 2019. His work has been published internationally on platforms such as TRT World, Roads and Kingdoms, Maekan and Burn Magazine.
Apart from journalism, Zoral has an independent freelance practice focusing on architectural photography, fine art photography, and various commercial projects.