Shravya Kag (Shravya Kagolanu) is a Brooklyn-based photo and video documentarian.
Her body of work is an exploration of home, identity and personal space that largely focuses on the intimate and interpersonal stories of people of color and of queer people. Kag’s work has been internationally commended and exhibited at various locations across the globe, a few being Somerset House and PhotoVille. Kag thrives on long-form photo essays that provide the language and initiate dialogue. She is currently working on a project on Queer South Asians and is also profiling a Drag Queen in New Jersey. Kag is open for collaboration and assignments.

The New York Times
Nowhere Magazine
Redbull, India
The Outdoor Journal, India
The Hindu, India
RRR Magazine, Melbourne

The Curated Shed, Massachusetts | 2019
Somerset House, London | 2018
Paulaner Brewery, NYC | 2017
Somerset House, London | 2017
Photoville, NYC | 2016
SVA Chelsea Gallery, NYC | 2016
SVA Flatiron Gallery, NYC | 2016
4 Times Square, NYC | 2016
SCOPE Art, Digital Exhibition - Miami | 2014

RESUME (click to view) 

Recipient, Sony World Photography Organization Student Grant | 2017
Shortlist, Sony World Photography Awards | 2017

Sony World Photo Organization | 2017
SVA In The Press | 2017
The Hindu | 2017
Classic Imaging Magazine | 2017
KostaLife | 2017
The Times Of India | 2017


Currently reading: I know why the caged bird sings, Maya Angelou