Started her career as a travel and documentary photographer; she now works as a social documentary/humanitarian photographer/communication consultant – independently taking up national and international assignments with Development Agencies, NGO’s, and Publishing Companies. She also works on various commissioned travel, editorial and other commercial assignments.

Since last April, she was in Nepal for deployment, working on ground zero with local organisations and covering positive stories of the earthquake and its aftermath. She also worked with IFRC at the time and started blogging for the Huffington Post. She is also occupied with an on-going project that focuses on the lives of Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal, living in the UNHCR camps for over two decades. In the past, she has worked on projects with UNICEF, UNDP, USAID, Chemonics, Kidasha and other such organisations.

She also has experience working in disaster situations on areas such as Nutrition, Education, Health, Hygiene, Child Rights, Street kids, Human Rights, Agriculture, Finance, Economic & Trade activity among others.

Her work has been exhibited in India, Singapore, London and Nepal and her works have been published in several magazines around South East Asia, India, Nepal and The United States. She currently divides her work between Singapore, India and Nepal.

She is available for assignments all across the globe.

For assignments, estimates or questions in general, contact:

Mithila Jariwala
skype: mithila.jariwala