Kovvuru Venkata Narasimha VarmaVisakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Photographer | Cinematographer
Designer | Photo and Video Editor
Steeped in the belief that visual storytelling possesses the power to shape narratives and inspire profound change, He, as a photojournalist, is resolute in his mission to uncover the hidden stories and illuminate the unifying aspects that transcend cultural and social boundaries.
Kovvuru Venkata Narasimha Varma, a committed photojournalist from Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, engages passionately into capturing the essence of moments that shape narratives in photojournalism. His dedication to visual storytelling comes from his profound experiences and thorough observation of the world around him. His unrelenting passion for his profession pushes him on a quest to uncover engaging moments that resonate with deep stories.
Having completed a Professional Diploma in the Art of Photography and Cinematography at Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala during the academic year 2022-23, he has sharpened his talents in mastering the technical details and techniques that lead to mesmerising Photography. His proficiency is further exemplified by his Kerala Government Technical Examination (KGTE) certification in photography and an NSQF level Certification as an Assistant Cameraman from Media & Entertainment Skills Council under Skill India. His technical skill is further proven by his certification as an Adobe Certified Professional in InDesign, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro, showing his command of a wide range of visual tools.
His complex and varied portfolio, titled "Echoes of Majesty," goes beyond traditional photography. His portfolio includes thought-provoking documentary titled “Tides of Life” work as well as the creation of interesting brand publications. He captures not just photographs but dramatic stories through his lens, providing an insight into the souls of his subjects. His photography shows his ability to reveal the incredible beauty and complexities found in the field of photojournalism.