Venkat Sai Akash Pamarthy is a photographer and videographer based in Washington, D.C. He was born and raised in Hyderabad, India. The concepts of culture, poverty and pain have always intrigued him and kept him occupied in a search for answers to equality and humanity. The hunt for answers motivates him to work with subjects in a manner that convey respect, dignity and recognition. These ideals are what push Pamarthy into the world to share stories and to bring change in the society.
Pamarthy attended Osmania University in India completing a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications and Journalism, with a specialization in media communications, psychology, and journalism. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in New Media Photojournalism at Corcoran School of the Arts + Design of George Washington University.
Pamarthy’s recent project explores the struggles of two homeless men living on the streets of Washington D.C. in the midst of a regional housing crisis. His current work focuses on social issues and concentrates on human life, his previous works include documentaries on Suicide prevention, Animal adoption and Bicycle safety. Pamarthy is available for journalistic approaches, documentary work, video and documentary filmmaking.
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