Indian photographer Poulomi Basu is based out if India and South Asia.
Her editorial clients and other various publications include The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Financial Times, Monocle, Marie Claire Italy, Save The Children UK, and The Sunday Times Magazine among others.
Poulomi has received a number of photography awards including the Magnum Foundation award for Photography and Human Rights, Magenta Flash Forward and has been selected and final shortlisted for various other prestigious awards such as The Ian Parry award, Magnum Inge Morath, Magnum Emergency Fund, Foto8 Summershow, National Geographic All Roads Grant among others.
Poulomi’s works have been exhibited and projected worldwide in the UK, Northern Ireland, Australia, Brazil, Myanmar, Cambodia, China, Pakistan, Singapore and India.
She is currently working on projects in her own country that explores the role of marginalized rural women in India in armed conflict and others in gender segregated communities and their struggles and triumphs and other social and political issues, exploring how lives change and revolve around both how we see others and how we are.
Poulomi graduated with a MA Distinction in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography from London College of Communication.