Snehargho Ghosh is a freelance photographer based in Melbourne, Australia.
He grew up in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, where he developed a deep interest for nature and the cultures shaped by it. Snehargho then travelled extensively across India and developed a passion for documentary and travel photography. He documented the exiled Tibetan community in Dharamsala, remote tribal cultures in West Bengal, and ran photography workshops.
His journey then took him to Europe and now Australia, where he continues to specialise in documentary and travel photography. His goal is to use his photography to ignite a conversation across cultures and inspire reconnection with each other and with nature. Inspired by his cultural and natural encounters in Australia, Snehargho set on a journey to learn more about the spirit of the land and tell socially-engaged stories through his photography. He is now currently working on a photography project on permaculture.
He studied Visual Arts and Cinema and holds a degree in Mass Communication, Advertisement and Journalism. His photography has appeared in magazines, blogs, travel guides, and social campaigns (NSW Breast Cancer Council). His photography has been published by Al Jazeera, and has been exhibited in India and Australia.
Snehargho uses Canon 5D mark III, Lens- 24-70 F2.8 and 70-200 F2.8. He is available for projects locally, state/nationwide or internationally.