Subhrajit Sen is an independent visual journalist from Kolkata, India. His work predominantly concentrates on the socio-political issues that are jeopardizing livelihoods whilst being ignored by mainstream media. After graduation, he enrolled at Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Kolkata, and ‘Counter Foto- a center for visual arts’, Dhaka in 2016 to learn documentary photography. With an urge to thwart the inevitable effects of Uranium Mining, he started his visual documentarian career through a project named ‘Death Valley’. It has been exhibited at ‘Jawaharlal Nehru University’, New Delhi in 2017, ‘Just another Photo Festival’ in 2018, and ‘Polyphony International Polyphony Photo Festival’, in Kolkata in 2019 as an inviting artist.
He has collaborated with various international agencies like BBC India, Mongabay India, Nikkei Asia, The Hindu, The Times of India, People’s Archive of Rural India (PARI), UNICEF, PATH, Water for People India Trust, Water Aid India, NSE Foundation etc. He has been awarded the prestigious Ian Parry Scholarship UK, Social Documentary Photography Grant 2018 by ‘Sri Aurobindo Center for Arts and Communications & Murthy Nayak Foundation’, New Delhi, International Academic Forum for documentary photography, among others.