Chirodeep started his career in journalism as a trainee reporter. It was his way of trying to get a foot in the door. His next job – his first as a photographer, was with the Sunday Observer group in Mumbai. Since then he has worked on the teams of one of Indiaâ€™s premier magazine groups (The Outlook Group), travelled the length and breath of India as a photographer and picture editor for a travel website (traveljini.com). Currently, he is working as the picture editor for the international arts and culture magazine (Timeout) for their India editions.
His works have been published in books documenting the architecture and heritage of his city and he has photographed many a travel and feature stories that have been widely published in various lifestyle publications in India and in a moderate way in magazines around the world.
His works have been exhibited extensively here in India and also in the USA, UK and China and is part of the permanent collections of the Peabody Essex Museum; Salem (USA), Museum of Photographic Arts; Houston (USA) and the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan) and many private collections in India.
He is based in Mumbai and divides his time between his job and teaching assignments and is also available for freelance assignments anywhere.