Abhishek Kathuria is an Indian-Born Travel Photographer. A sheer lover of nature and an ardent traveller exploring and documenting life and landscapes. He spent his formative years in India, finishing up his graduation in Information Technology, Diploma in Fashion, Advertisement and Product Photography and working as a Freelance Travel Photographer. Traveling also pushed him to discover his new boundaries which was adventure sports. He has achieved basic Certification in Scuba Diving, Paragliding & Mountaineering.
His passion for traveling and meeting people and capturing life led him to Travel Photography and it being his chosen career now. His work ranges from Travel & Landscape Photography to Fashion and Product Photography, Wedding and Event Photography.
Adding to his credit galore, he has also worked as:-
- Photographer for ADTECH Digital Media Conference 2012 and 2013, Gurgaon.
- Photographer for TedxNSIT India 2012.
- Head Photographer for Youth360.
- Product Photographer for Mint Accessories.
- Fashion Photographer for Couture Masala.
- Photographer for The Millennium School, Gurgaon.
- Wedding & Corporate Events Photographer.
- Intern Photographer for Formula One Racing, India 2011
He further wishes to expand the canvass of his dreams and to give it all in the field of photography his work:-
- Got Featured in Nat Geo Covershot online contest for Nat Geo Traveller India.
- Got Featured in Kingdom Of Dreams India for Youth360 Cover Launch.
- Got Featured in ‘Photography on the Move’ by The Alternative Group, Bangalore India.
- Got Featured in Kuzart Lane- solo exhibition ‘Frames By Abhishek Kathuria’
- Got Featured in Epic Magazine Column ‘Talent Gali’ as Photographer Of The Month.
- Got Featured in Indian Habitat Centre among 5 Countries & 25 Cities in India in Nicefoto Exhibition India.
- Got Published in North-East Good Times magazine, India.
He is pursuing Graduate Diploma in Digital Photography from School of Media Arts & Design/Durham College Toronto Canada. Also Working on his First Travelogue on India named “Unseen Shades of India”