Photo Journalist working for Dainik Bhaskar, DNA, UNI and India Today.
Tamma Srinivasa Reddy born 1968 in India is a gifted technician. Interest in photography and serious professionalism from 1984 onwards. The natural combination of colours is often a photographer’s delight. Like a poet, Mr. Reddy’s imaginative eye, in a fine frenzy rolling tried its best to give a shape and form to the minutest details of tribal emotions and natural habitats through the lens. Monochrome slides and colour photographs are part of the tribal portfolio with the photographer. Lambadas in Andhra Pradesh (also known as Banjaras) and Bondos in Orissa have attracted his attention and he captured almost every important aspect of daily life of these tribes in the last one decade and a half.
Honors, awards and laurels came rolling Mr. Reddy’s way. Among others the Associateship of ICS (Image Colleague Society) USA, RPS (Royal Photographic Society) UK, IIPC (India International Photographic Council), BPPA (British Institute of Professional Photography), Fellowship from the Federation of Indian Photography (FIP) and PSS (Photography Society of Singapore) are the epitomes for his dedication and excellence in the field. He regularly participates in the competitions conducted by PSA, RPS, IIPC, PSS, BPPA and FIP. Often times his presentations to these prestigious competitions won him universal recognition as well as prizes. His name has been figuring in the top ten list of IIPC over the last few years. He is a member of many national and international photographic associations today.Being a photojournalist Mr. Reddy contributes regularly to various journals and periodicals in and out of India today. His photographs found place in the prestigious international journals like ‘National Geography’. He feeds on his innate art. Never has he rested on laurels. The unflagging zeal keeps him alive. His tryst with camera is a continuing saga. For him the rest is photography.