Humanitarian and NGO Photography

Social documentary and visual storytelling for humanitarian organizations, NGOs and corporate CSR

With a career spanning more than three decades, I am an experienced documentary photographer based in India since 2002. After moving to India I began taking up assignments providing documentary photography for NGOs and various respected international publications. My ability to connect with local communities while covering sensitive issues enabled me to create a unique photographic identity that combines my commercial discipline with my photojournalistic experience and integrity.

I've had the privilege of documenting the polio eradication program in India for the WHO and UNICEF since 2004. This work was published in the 2012 book 'Triumph Over Polio' marking India as a polio-free country.

From the banks for the Kosi river in Bihar, to the deserts of Rajasthan, and from the villages of Odisha to the alleys of Kolkata, I have travelled the length and breath on India covering sensitive issues ranging from polio, to sex education, disability, resettlement & rehabilitation, HIV, malaria, and more. 


Humanitarian and Documentary photography for NGOs

Sephi has an amazing eye and is so thoughtful about the composition of each photo, allowing us to not only tell individual stories but also narrate our broader work comprehensively. .

~ Änjali Kaur Deputy Assistant Administrator at USAID