Amrita Chandradas is a Singaporean documentary photographer. In 2014, she won the 'top 30 under 30' documentary photographers showcase by Magnum Photos & Ideas tap.
Amrita was also a finalist for the Asian Women Photographers showcase, excellence in Digital News by SOPA News, and is a young portfolio finalist for the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards.She graduated with an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary photography from London College of Communications & and is a former Angkor Photo Festival workshop alumni (2016).
Her work is featured at The National Geographic,The New York Times, SONY, National Heritage Board, Singapore Tourism Board,Time Out Singapore,BBC world, British Journal of Photography, NPR, Financial Times, Dagbladet & among others.
Amrita has completed a hostile environment & first aid training course conducted via IWMF, Acos Alliance & Frontline Freelance Register. She aspires to explore the intersection of changing environments & its inhabitants. Chandradas continues to work on bringing forth the less discussed issues of displacement and struggles through on-the-ground personal insights.