Sanket is an independent journalist and a documentary photographer based in India’s Maharashtra state, and a 2019-2020 People’s Archive of Rural India fellow where he documented vanishing livelihoods and dying art forms from rural India.
His work has been featured in more than 30 national and international publications, including The Daily Beast, Verge, USA Today, Baffler magazine, Progressive Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, British Medical Journal, Equal Times, and New Frame. Sanket has been extensively reporting on climate change, floods, human-wildlife conflict, agrarian crisis, vanishing livelihoods, and several other subjects through the lived experiences of everyday people from India’s remote villages.
He’s also the co-founder of Insight Walk – a non-profit that offers teaching fellowships to rural community women. These women work with children of their villages to ensure every child has access to the contextual education of their choice. At Insight Walk, every student chooses their learning by designing their own syllabus. You can check more about Insight Walk here https://www.instagram.com/insightwalk/