Rohan Radheya is a The Hague based 26 year old Dutch Surinamese photographer and documentary filmmaker, best known for his coverage: The Organ Traders..
Radheya’s work is focusing on underreported stories..
His ability to gain access to some of the world’s most controversial and difficult accessible news subjects and gain trust of some of the world’s most persecuted minorities have been eulogized by many pioneers in the industry.
These subjects include North Korean defectors, Chinese dissidents and political refugees from West Papua.
Radheya always researches and studies the stories he both films and photographs.
When photographing he still likes to use film and old rangefinders for his best and selected work.
Radheya is a active and participating member of Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders.
His work has been published in some of the most major newspapers, broadcasting networks, and media outlets around the world including CNN, The Wall Street Journal, MSN Headlines, The Diplomat, The Guardian, North Korea News, The Baltimore Sun, UNPO, The Jakarta Globe, Latino Times, NG, Warscapes, The Brazilian UOL, Dutch and South African Television Networks, The Mexican Grupa Televisia, Univision and many others.