Meet the mentor :Amit Madheshiya

Amit

And the mentor series continues with awesome Amit Madheshiya…

Amit is a graduate in English Literature from Hindu College, New Delhi, India. He works as a photographer based in Mumbai.

His work on the traveling tent cinemas of India won the World Press Photo (2011), Sony World Photography Award (2011 and 2009), and the Humanity Photo Awards (2009). This work has been supported by the Goethe-Institute 50 Year Anniversary Grant (2010), a fellowship from the Cluster of Excellence at Heidelberg University (2009) and Arts Research Grant from India Foundation for the Arts (2008).

Amit’s work on the migrant communities in India received a fellowship from National Foundation of India (2010) and Commonwealth Photographic Awards (2011). His work on India’s visual culture is supported by Tasveer Ghar: South Asian Popular Visual Culture fellowship (2010 and 2008). He was awarded TOTO Funds the Arts Emerging Photographer of the year (2009) India.

Amit will be involved in taking only photography workshops with us.We warmly welcome him and his insights while the mentoring the kids

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About happy camera club

Happy camera club is an initiative brought upon by a thought to teach the less privileged basic aspects of a skill like photography which further can be used by them in their day to day life. To leave them with an additional skill set to choose from. A win-win situation ,we aim to work with organizations and people who support this cause.
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