Sujata Khanna is a social documentary photographer based in New Delhi, India. She takes deep interest in children’s and women’s issues, human rights and the environment. Sujata loves being part of an era where it's possible to create images digitally and print them using historical processes in the darkroom.
Sujata has worked for several humanitarian organizations like Family for Every Child, Railway Children UK and CARE India. Prior to immersing herself in photography, she worked for eight years in India and other international locations for organizations including the British Red Cross and Save the Children UK. Her work for these non-profits focused on children’s rights issues and child protection.
Sujata has lived and travelled extensively in India, UK and USA. She is available for assignments and commissions worldwide.
Awards and Honors
PDN 30 Emerging, Nominee, 2016
Eddie Adams Workshop XXIX, USA, 2016
11th Angkor Photo Workshop, Cambodia, 2015
Neel Dongre Grant for Excellence in Photography, 2014-15
PDN Emerging Photographer, Weekly Editor’s Pick, 2014
Arnold Newman Scholarship, 2013
Exhibitions (Solo Exhibit marked by *)
Unsung Lives, Indian Photography Festival, Hyderabad, India, 2015
Bajaatey Raho, India International Centre, New Delhi, India 2015
Maine Media Legacy, Maine Media Gallery, Rockport, Maine, USA, 2014
Elemental, Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 2013
Professional Certificate Graduation Exhibit, PhoPa Gallery, Portland, Maine, USA, 2013
Professional Certificate Graduation Exhibit, Maine Media Gallery, Rockport, Maine, USA, 2013
Street Photography, Zoot Coffee, Camden, Maine, USA, 2013 *
Eye Praxis, Convention Centre Foyer, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 2011
Transition, IndiPix Gallery, New Delhi, India, 2011
Transition, Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 2011