A student of Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore in 2007, Bikramjit moved to Mumbai in 2008. Soon he started contributing to magazines like Elle, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Grazia, Rolling Stone, Verve and GQ India more recently shooting covers for all the publications.
While, his pared-down aesthetic sensibilities are reflected in his portraits, he also draws a lot of inspiration from cinema and the works of cinematographers, which in turn, he seeks to reflect in his fashion stories.
With a bank of campaigns under his belt , Bikramjit has managed to bring a human element to all of his advertising work Internationally and within India spanning from Nike , Zara, Saloni Lodha , Sabyasachi, Raw mango , Ekaya, Bodice and Fortis. In 2011, he was awarded the Silver in the ‘PX3 PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS’ Awards for his portrait series ‘And they all sat down’, which is an ongoing project. He was also awarded the ‘Photographer of the Year’ by Vogue India at the Vogue India Beauty Awards 2015, Elle India Graduates 2015 and was included in Gq India’s 50 most influential young Indians 2018.
Bikramjit is part of the new wave of young Indian creatives who are bringing their own ideas of beauty and personal experiences to the forefront of fashion and advertising.