Street / Documentary Photographer


When I’m on the street I see life. I don’t have pictures in my head. I just want to go with the flow. I love the way life charms and shocks me.  I don’t worry about how the picture is going to look. I believe it’s not about making a beautiful picture that anyone can do. For me, the philosophy is simple – I just want to follow my heart.

Sankar Ghose is an art educator, graphic designer and event photographer by profession. Being a former student of Indian Art College, painting was his first love, though photography has become his integral part of life at the same time. Basically a self-taught photographer, he started his photography with national 35 camera. His main interests are people, street and daily life.
His works have been published and recognized by different platforms like National Geographic your shot, National Geographic Traveller India, Nikon, Idea cellular, Tumbhi, Rotaract club, Photovogue Italy, Streets of Calcutta, Roots of India and Camarena.
His photo essay on Indian diversity has been showcased in the event “l’invitation au voyaze…en Inde” presented by Srijati Arts in partnership with Mairie du Paris, centre d’animation curial, Paris. He is the Grand Prize winner of CRU’s 2016 International Photography Contest.
He has participated in multiple Photography Exhibitions in India at Gaganendra Shilpa Pradarshashala, ICCR, Gallery Gold, Academy Of Fine Arts, Chitrakoot Art Gallery etc.

Personal links: Natgeo Yourshot | Flickr | Facebook | Instagram |

Gallery : Color

Gallery : B & W