Shreya Sen graduated in psychology from York university, Canada. Following which she pursued her career in Psychology assisting a Psychologist and also worked as a Sales coach in India in a multinational software organization. However her desire to push her right brain forward and her understanding of human emotions lead to her to drop out of her Masters Program in Johns Hopkins University and pursuing her love for photography. She assisted renowned fashion and celebrity photographer R.Burman for a year in 2010 and had the opportunity to learn photography and assist during various shoots published in magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Filmfare, Salon International, Grazia and FHM. Her love for shooting real people pushed her towards shooting weddings, kids, families and pregnant women and finally starting her own venture Shreya Sen Photography in 2012. Over the years, Shreya Sen Photography has been featured in several media publications including the following, Tv show Ndtv Good time’s Band Baaja Bride, Vogue, Bombay Times, Hindustan times, Asian Age, Asian Photography Magazine, Deccan Chronicle, Femina, HiBlitz Magazine, The Week Magazine, Wedding Sutra, Eshe Magazine, Bridelan India and several wedding Blogs. Her accolades include winning the Weddingsutra’s Photography awards 2019 in the Editorial Portrait category and being nominated in the top 6 for the Bridal Portrait category, also being nominated for Sony Better Photography’s Wedding Photography of the Year 2019 in the Emotions category, International awards including Weddison award in 2017, First place in the Canon’s IndiaKlicks photography contest in 2013, nominated in the top 6 in Better photography’s Wedding Photographer of the year 2011 and Contest for the Behind the Scene Category as well as in 2012 for their Couple Portraiture Category. She has also had the fortune of being a feature’s photographer for Vogue India since the past 6 years. Is a proud member of the Fearless Photographers community (https://www.fearlessphotographers.com/photographer/1677/shreya-sen) as well as Wedding Photographer’s Association of India. (http://wpai.in/blogs/artist-spotlight-shreya-sen/. Her style over the years has developed into a candid yet editorial style with an emphasis on genuine emotions, fresh light and airy editing emulating the film look and with the intention of appealing to a classic timeless taste. She considers Classic editorial styled Portraits to be her definitive strength and hopes to start a studio for women some day, inspired deeply by Sue Bryce. Her continued passion to make a difference to people’s lives pushed her to start the ‘Askforhelp’ initiative in 2018 on instagram where she opened up a much needed vulnerable conversation for photographers and people along with an offline mentorship program. People and photographers would write in about anything they have been going through personal, business and photography related and she tried her best to address every question sent in, along with sharing about Art, music and photography to push photographers to think beyond the tech side of this field. She hopes to continue her journey in inspiring others by doing workshops, podcasts and hopefully starting a YouTube channel.