Rohan Ghosh is a London based photographer with a keen sociological interest in modern life, predominantly in the context of spatial and social dynamics of urban spaces.  

His work revolves around long-term social documentary projects. Through an immersive process he seeks to frame social, economic and political issues shaping our world, particularly in developing countries. Exploring concepts such as identity, inclusive capitalism and aspirational growth in our globalised world.

In 2010, he worked with the Govt. of India's Aadhaar programme, the world’s largest socio-economic project – issuing biometric identity cards to 600 million citizens. Traveling the length and breadth of India over several months, he witnessed first hand the economic and social transformation sweeping through the country. Unlocked it seemed by a mere 2x4 inch plastic card.


Winner PDN World in Focus, 2015. Single image category . 

Winner - Renaissance Freshfields Prize, 2014

Runner-up - Sony World Photography Awards, 2009


September 8-20, 2014. Getty Images Gallery, London.  Renaissance Photography.

October 2009. Shoreditch House, London. Contemporary and emerging artists. Series "0% Interest"


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Rohan Ghosh Photography
London, UK
+44 77 4814 7748