Colourful streets especially street arts attract me a lot. It gives a glimpse of a city’s attitude towards life and a break from monotonous stereotype street walls. A colorful poster, a piece of graffiti, vibrant backgrounds give me immense opportunity to play with colors and compositions. This collection of few images will give you a brief colorful journey of various streets. And for me as a street photographer, my passion gives me chances to explore new places and culture. It inspires me to do, what I actually love to do.

Photographer: Tania Chatterjee

Country: India

Bio: Tania Chatterjee is a photo artist from the city of joy Kolkata, India. She is practicing photography since last 7 years winning many awards and accolades. Presently she is the President of a photography club named FOTORBIT INDIA (www.fotorbitindia.com) and Co-Founder and Mentor of a photography organization named FOTORBIT (www.fotorbit.com). Her niche subjects of photography are people, culture, street, and documentation.
Her works has been exhibited in almost all major cities in India and near about 30 counties (France, Italy, UK, USA, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Argentina, Greece, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Iran, Singapore, Cyprus, UAE, Russia, Hungary, Prague, Switzerland etc.). She won about 200 awards in different national and international photography salons. Her photographs have been published by several national and international agencies. Winner of “Being a Girl” Travelling Photo Contest, 2016 supported by Govt. of India Initiative “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao”, UNFPA India, UN Women India, National Foundation for India and many more. Recently she has won West Bengal Government Information and Cultural Department’s State Level Photography award (2016-17) and nomination award from prestigious The Humanity Photo Awards, 2017( HPA) supported by UNESCO.
She has been appointed as a jury member in different national and international photography contests. For her photographic achievements, she has bagged distinctions like EFIP (Excellence FIP) from Federation of Indian Photography and EFIAP (Excellence FIAP) from Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique (France) Recognized by UNSECO.