Jury Board for Indica Culture Photography Grant 2021 announced!

Indica Pictures is delighted to announce an eminent Jury Board for the Indica Culture Photography Grant 2021. The Jury members, each of whom bring a wealth of expertise in the field of photography, will review the grant proposals and select the final grantees. Here are their brief bios-

Arvind Chenji

Currently President of Telangana Photography Society, Arvind is a well-known fashion photographer credited with photo-features in Illustrated Weekly, Savvy, Society, Stardust, Filmfare and many newspapers. Arvind has also worked for the National Geographic Society as a photographer on assignment.

Sapna Reddy

Sapna is an internationally acclaimed nature photographer. Her work is sold in 80 countries through art galleries. She is a writer, workshop instructor and collaborator for Flickr, Sony, Adobe & B&H amongst others. Her work has been featured on National Geographic, Lonely Planet and Outdoor Photography.

Ryan Lobo

Ryan is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker whose work has appeared in National Geographic, besides reputed newspapers such as WSJ, Guardian, Boston Review amongst others. Ryan believes photography transcends cultures and gives voice to images, expressing the intangibles.

Prudhvi Chowdary

Travel Photographer, TEDx Speaker, Head of Operations at Picxy, Prudhvi has been featured by Natgeo India, Canon Asia, BBC Earth, and Lonely Planet amongst many other publications. Prudhvi is passionate about capturing life experiences and stories happening around him.

Kumar Kanchu

Known as KK, Kumar Kanchu is an accomplished wildlife photographer and a strong believer that photography has a role to play in uplifting the society. He is a mentor to many upcoming amateur photographers. As an avid advocate of the art, KK’s work speaks volumes for his passion.

Udit Kulshrestha

Photographer, Conceptual Visual Artist and Photo Bookmaker, Udit’s features have been published internationally across publications of repute and his prints are part of prestigious private collections. He is the co-founder of Chitr Sanstha, a non-profit focused on photography of India.