Radhika Chalasani is a Brooklyn,New York based photojournalist. She has lived in Asia, Africa, and Europe and traveled extensively for her news and reportage work. Radhika covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina on the U.S. Gulf Coast extensively for CNN. The project that came out of that assignment, Hurricane Graffiti, appears in the 2006 Communication Arts Photography Annual and was exhibited at several galleries. Radhika's work from Africa was shown at the Visa Pour l'Image Festival in Perpignan, France and received four awards in the Pictures of the Year competition in the U.S. She received the "Prix Special du Jury" at the Festival International du Scoop et Journalisme in Angers, France for her black and white images of famine in south Sudan.
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