Amit Mehra’s photography career spans three decades across genres including editorial & documentary photography. Recipient of ‘Best Photographer of the Year – Asia’ in 2009 by the Sagamihara Museum, Japan for his photo book, ‘India: A Timeless Celebration’, Mehra has again demonstrated the ease with which he traverses different genres of photography. Many of his photographs are part of the collection of the Gabarron Foundation Museum, Spain and the Sagamihara Museum, Japan and also with many corporate & private collectors worldwide. His editorial work has also been published in Time, Washington Post, Stern, Der Spiegel, The Guardian, Economist, Architectural Digest, Architectural Review, Conde Nast, Financial Times, Vogue, Elle, Elle Decor and National Geographic Traveller. Mehra’s photographs have been widely exhibited in London, New York, Tokyo, Sydney, Madrid, Milan, Melbourne, Dhaka, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata in solo shows. His corporate clientele includes The Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, Marriott Hotels, Starwood Hotels, Ritz Carlton, Westin, Meridian ,Aman Resorts, Taj Group of Hotels, Accor Hotel, Ananda Spa, Lebua Resorts, Berjaya hotels-Seychelles, Neemrana hotels, EMAAR-Dubai, DLF, Jet Airways, Pepsi, Reebok, Indigo Airlines, Egyptian Tourism, MTPA (Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority), Incredible India, Turkish Tourism. Mehra’s book, ‘Kashmir’ by Penguin Books, has been highly acclaimed for its stark and deeply personal take on the region.His recent self published book, ‘Roznaama’ is the first photo book of South East Asia shot on iPhone. Amit Mehra has also curated the Indian Photo Festival 2016, Hyderabad.Currently, Mehra is working on his next book project, “Sufis: Messengers of Peace” and is also making a documentary film “Twilight of my city” based on the tales of old Delhi, India. He is the brand ambassador of Fuji Cameras and had been for Canon Cameras as well.