Danish Siddiqui is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist working with international news agency Reuters. He was brought up in Delhi, the capital of India but has been based in Mumbai since 2010. He has graduated in economics and done masters in mass communication. Before making his foray into photojournalism, Danish was a television correspondent with one of India’s leading news networks.
As a journalist, Danish has covered several important stories in South Asia, Middle East and Europe. Some of his works include covering the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Rohingya refugees crisis, Nepal earthquake and living conditions of asylum seekers in Switzerland. He has also produced a photo series on Muslim converts in England.
Danish’s work has been widely published in scores of magazines, newspapers, slideshows and galleries – including National Geographic Magazine, New York Times, Guardian, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Newsweek, BBC, South China Morning Post, The Straits Times, Bangkok Post, Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, The LA Times, Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, The Globe and Mail, Le Figaro, Stern, Berliner Zeitung, The Independent, The Telegraph, Gulf News, Libèration and various other publications.
Danish has been honoured with various photojournalism awards in USA, England, China and India.
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