Indian Photographer & Filmmaker Vijay Jodha walks away with Decade of Change Best Photo Series Prize for project on Indian Farmers

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Indian Photographer & Filmmaker Vijay Jodha walks away with Decade of Change Best Photo Series Prize for project on Indian Farmers
Vijay Jodha, Photographer and Filmmaker who is the winner of 'Decade of Change Best Photo Series Prize instituted by world’s oldest photo publication — the 167-year old British Journal of Photography and 1854 Media. Photograph: Rajeev Bhatt

Climate change is the world’s biggest challenge but too complex and distant an issue for most of us. Indian photographer and filmmaker Vijay S. Jodha’s powerful images of Indian farmers put a face to this issue highlighting the human cost of climate change.

A two-day ‘Decade of Change’ exhibition, beginning Sept 21, featuring works of eminent Indian writer-photographer Vijay S Jodha and others was organized at Javits Center in New York City.

Decade of Change exhibition is also being presented by Climate Museum New York, The Nest Summit, 1854 media and British Journal of Photography at Climate Week New York — the world’s biggest climate change event on 21-22 September 2021.

Interview with Vijay Jodha, photographer and filmmaker who is the winner of 'Decade of Change Best Photo Series Prize. Video by: Rajeev Bhatt