Vijay S. Jodha is a writer, filmmaker and a self-taught photographer based in Gurgaon, India. He has produced five books and his work has been shown in galleries, museums and festivals worldwide.
He has directed three photography-related films that have received dozens of honours and been screened at over 250 festivals in over 60 countries. His collaborative photo project about television was shown worldwide, and described by The New York Times as “a beautiful series.”
His projects have received over 80 honours including 19 best film/director awards and shown on 75 stations in 195 countries including on BBC, CNN and Discovery. Two of his books and four films are in the U.S. Library of Congress. In 2018 he was the honor of presenting a film and address delegates from 193 countries at UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
Alternate responses to Vijay's work include having an exhibition and a film screening vandalized, and a false police case that took eight years to be thrown out by India's courts.