Location:London, United Kingdom
Schools Attended:London College of CommunicationLasalle College of Arts
Amrita Chandradas is a documentary photographer, currently based at Singapore and all over South-East Asia. Before moving back to Asia,she largely divided her time between London,Barbados and Jamaica by photographing and co-curating visual art exhibitions
In 2014, Amrita won the prestigious “ Top 30 under 30” award by Magnum Photos,her works was featured along with 29 other leading photographers at Birmingham. She also won the People's choice award along with two other finalists at the "Top 30 under 30" showcase by Magnum Photos. Her work has been featured on BBC world,Tamil Guardian, Barbados Advocate, Straits Times,Lens culture and etc.
In 2013, Amrita graduated with an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communications and continues to pursue her passion as a story teller.
By the year 2030, Singapore hopes to increase its population to 6.9 million. What is being gained (and lost) in this country's dizzying growth?