An Exploration of Street Photography
Street photography reveals the intimate details of our daily lives. Through the innocuous interactions of passers-by, there are an infinite number of stories to be told. Captured with curiosity and wonder, a microcosm of your favourite city is now artfully preserved for posterity.
Amrita Chandradas is a documentary photographer, currently based between Singapore and other regions of Southeast Asia. In 2014, she won the top 30 under 30 documentary photographers showcase by Magnum Photos and IdeasTap and is a recent young portfolio finalist for the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards. Amrita graduated with an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from London College of Communications. Her work is featured on the New York Times, BBC World, Financial Times, Dagbladet information and among others. She aspires to explore the conflux of changing environments and its inhabitants. Amrita also hopes to bring forth less discussed issues on displacement and struggles through on-ground personal insights.
Hannah Reyes Morales
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photographer and National Geographic Explorer whose work documents tenderness amidst adversity. Her photography, both visceral and intimate, takes a look at how resilience is embodied in daily life. Her work has been published in National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, CNN, and The Washington Post, among others. In 2016, she was a recipient of a SOPA award for excellence in digital reporting for her reporting on human trafficking at sea for the New York Times. The World Press Photo has named her as one of six emerging talents in South East Asia for their 6x6 program. She is a 2018 recipient of the IWMF Reporting Fellowship, and the UK’s Royal Photographic Society has named her amongst 100 Photographic Heroines. Based in Manila, Reyes-Morales’ work explores the universal themes of diaspora, survival, and the bonds that tie us together.