With over 17 years of experience in photography, Dhiman Chatterjee is a passionate photographer who is now planning on exhibiting his work in art galleries in Delhi and Mumbai. As an assuming boy of eighteen, his interest in photography started back when he was living in his hometown of Jhargram, West Bengal, a small town between Kolkata and Jamshedpur. He learnt photography in Kolkata, travelling daily from his hometown, eight hours a day. Soon, he moved to Kolkata, the creative centre of India, to freelance as a photographer and contribute to ad agencies and art galleries. During this time, he also worked for Krzysztof Zanussi, a Polish producer and film director, during a film festival in the city, who appreciated his talent. Dhiman’s work was also exhibited in over seven group exhibitions during 2003 to 2008. Having accumulated this preliminary experience, Dhiman then decided to relocate to Delhi where he delved into fashion photography, working under well-known fashion photographers. Having had his fill of the capital, he then moved to Mumbai where he worked for publications like The Strait Times Singapore, Outlook Traveller, Business World, Hair, Domus India, Adorn and Marwar India magazine. Recently, he has also shot for an array of coffee table books, one of them being the famous “The Wonder that was the Cylinder” a book on early and rare cylindrical records. Currently based in Mumbai, he has also done numerous product shoots ranging from jewellery to food for reputed brands and fashion designers.He also held an exhibition of his works at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, 2012, titled ‘Arrangements in abstract’. Armed with his strong ethics and professionalism, he respects deadlines and believes in delivering quality work. The themes that he is most passionate about include abstract work, architecture and use of shadows.