Abhinav Singh

He may be a hotel management graduate, armed with an MBA, but Abhinav’s true calling was photography. Now a well-known photographer and travel enthusiast, Abhinav has served as the principal photographer for Outlook Traveler Getaway’s guidebook Aamchi Mumbai. His photos and write-ups have been published in famed magazines such as Lonely Planet India, National Geographic Traveller, Filmfare, Terrascape, Men’s Health and others. He also has numerous photography awards to his credit. Many of his photographs are also displayed in India’s largest photo gallery, Kanakia Zillion



Born in Coimbatore and an alumnus of the prestigious Government College of Arts and Crafts, Chennai, Senthil’s love for photography started at the tender age of 12. An ace photographer who has carved a niche for himself in advertising and fashion photography, Senthil has won many distinguished awards. His captivating photographs have won Cannes Lions awards, and he was named Photographer of the Year 2009 by Asian Photography magazine and was also among its Most Influential People in Photography list.

Having served illustrious clients like Dell, Levi's, Dockers, Toyota, Nike, Louis Philippe, Vodafone, among others, Senthil’s Hutch Network campaign and the ones he shot for IBM and Lenovo, have received global recognition and acclaim.



Vicky Roy,Documentary Photographer

Originally from West Bengal, Vicky Roy ran away from his home and started working as a rag picker at the New Delhi Railway Station, before he was rehabilitated by the Salaam Baalak Trust, Delhi. He studied photography at Triveni Kala Sangam and then apprenticed under Anay Mann. In 2007, he held his first solo exhibition titled, “Street Dream” at India Habitat Centre; supported by the British High Commisson.

In 2008 he was selected by the US based Maybach Foundation to photo document the reconstruction of the World Trade Center in New York. As part of the program, he undertook a course in documentary photography at the International Center for Photography, New York.

His first monograph ‘Home Street Home’ published by the Nazar Foundation released at the second edition of the Delhi Photo Festival (Sept-Oct, 2013) and he was awarded the MIT Media Fellowship in 2014. He was a part of the Forbes Asia 30 under 30 list in 2016.