I'm an independent photojournalist based out of New Delhi and Hyderabad, India. My work focuses on agrarian crisis, environment and issues of development and displacement. http://sriharsha.in Selected Commissions and Publications: The New York Times Magazine, Financial Times Magazine, The New York Times, GEO, Al Jazeera, CNN, BBC, Wired, Reuters, Capital (Germany), Quartz, Forbes India, OPEN, The Caravan, Tehelka, The Indian Express, Fountain Ink, India Today, Mint, The Week, The Sunday Guardian and Entrepreneur India. Non-profit clients include Greenpeace India, Oxfam India, Amnesty International India, The Clinton Foundation, Teach for America, Worldvision India, HLFPPT, India HIV/AIDS Alliance, Public Health Foundation of India and Wadhwani Foundation.
Photographs shot on assignment for The New York Times Magazine. July 2015.
Photo essay on the Muria tribals, who were caught in the crossfire between the Maoist rebels, Salwa Judum vigilantes and Central Reserve Police Force in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Foreign Affairs, March 2016.