Born in 1991, Sutirtha Chatterjee is a documentary photographer based in Kolkata, India. He has worked with National publications which includes The Times of India. His works have also been published in various magazines which include, Better Photography, The Quartz and The Wire.
His first personal documentary, “Pocket Hercules”, an essay on a 100 year old bodybuilder and 1947 Mr. Universe, was selected for Evening Screenings at The Kathmandu International Photo Festival 2015. In 2014 he was invited to China for a residency programme by the the Consulate General of the People’s republic of China in Kolkata.
Presently he is working as an independent photographer on long term projects.
- The Times Of India
- The Wire
- Tasveer Journal
- Selected by Goethe Institute for portraiture workshop under the mentorship of Yana Wernicke.
- Selected for Portfolio review session with Philip Blenkinshop at Kathmandu International festival.
- Selected for workshop under the mentorship of Sarkar Protick in Calcutta 2017.
- Digital exhibition of “ Pocket Hercules” at Kathmandu International Photo Festival 2015.
- Digital Exhibition of “What Does It Take to Live” at Jadavpur University Photo Festival 2017.
- Winner- The TOTO awards in association with Tasveer, 2017.