Harikrishna Katragadda’s artistic practice involves transforming images through physical interaction with site-specific materials to evoke the dependence of humans on nature, and the ways in which this relationship imprints the self and the inhabited landscape.
After graduating with a Masters degree from the University of Texas at Austin, he started his career as a photojournalist in New Delhi. He has travelled extensively in India to work on environmental sustainability and human rights issues. He has received the India Habitat Centre Photosphere grant, the Media Foundation for India prize and the National Foundation for India award. His editorial features have appeared in many publications including Geo, Stern, Vanity Fair and the BBC. He is currently based in Mumbai.