Born in Chandigarh in 1971, Bandeep Singh is a reputed editorial and fine art photographer. Formerly the Photo Editor of India Today , he is currently working as the Photo Editor of Fortune Magazine(India Edition). His images have been published in Time, India Today, New York Times, Business Week, Business Today, and numerous other publications.Singh’s personal photographic work is more conceptual and exploratory. He works in diverse genres ranging from Documentary photography, Portraiture and conceptual Fine Art photography. His work is deeply influenced by his cultural leanings and his deep interest in, Indology, mysticism, Sufi poetry and music.
A keen scholar of Photography and Visual communication, Bandeep has been on the jury of the India Habitat Center grant for Photography since 2005. His images were displayed at the 2007 SAARC Summit in Delhi. In 2004, he was the recipient of the Charles Wallace India Trust award in photography. His works are in the permanent collection of Essl Museum, Vienna; Nirankari Museum of Faith, New Delhi; Luxembourg Embassy, New Delhi, as well as in several private collections in India and abroad.
Bandeep lives and works in New Delhi.
Bandeep Singh has had four solo shows of his works and has participated in numerous group shows; some of which are India Awakens Under the Banyan Tree, Exhibition of Contemporary Indian art at the Essel Museum in Vienna, 2010; Lo Real Maravilliso: Marvelous Reality, to mark the 20th Anniversary of Gallery Espace in New Delhi,2009, Jaisalmer Yellow at Lalit Kala Akademi,New Delhi,2007, Entrusted , Group show to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Charles Wallace India Trust Awards at the British Council, New Delhi 2006.